Osama bin Laden will “with absolute certainty” be caught if he’s still alive, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Thursday, as the U.S. military acknowledged for the first time that a Taliban commander — targeted in an assault that mistakenly killed nine children — got away. Gen. Richard Myers, on a one-day tour to boost troop morale along with comedian Robin Williams and other entertainers, said the al-Qaida mastermind was likely hiding in the border region between Pakistan and Afghanistan. “It’s very difficult to find individuals. What will happen is, with absolute certainty … he will be captured some day, just like we captured Saddam Hussein,” Myers said at Bagram Air Base, the U.S. military headquarters in Afghanistan. Full Story
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