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Bin Laden proves more elusive

Whether he is holed up in a mountain cave or enjoying the hospitality of a local tribesman, Osama bin Laden has little reason to fear the same fate as Saddam Hussein any time soon, according to Afghan officials involved in the hunt for Al Qaeda’s leader. More than two years and $20 billion after U.S. forces set out to find the mastermind of the Sept. 11 hijacking attacks, bin Laden remains as elusive as ever, officials said. “If they catch him, it will be by accident,” said Gen. Hilaluddin Hilal, deputy interior minister in charge of security in Afghanistan. U.S. officials promised Monday that Hussein’s capture would re-energize the hunt for bin Laden and his Al Qaeda associates and allies. Full Story

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