The U.S. military is making plans for an offensive that would reach inside Pakistan in coming months to try to destroy operations of Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda network, the Chicago Tribune reported on Wednesday. The newspaper, in a report from Washington citing military sources, said the plans involved thousands of U.S. troops, some of them already in neighboring Afghanistan. The Pakistani government denied to Reuters that it would allow such an operation and the Pentagon declined to confirm that such a plan was being worked on. The Chicago Tribune said the plans were advanced but their execution would depend on events on the ground. Full Story
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