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Bin Laden cornered in Pakistan's northwest: report

US and British special forces have cornered Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in a mountainous area in northwest Pakistan, near the Afghanistan border, it was reported. Quoting “a US intelligence source,” the Sunday Express newspaper said bin Laden and “up to 50 fanatical henchmen” were inside an area 16 kilometres (10 miles) wide and deep “north of the town of Khanozai and the city of Quetta”. “He is boxed in,” the unidentified source was quoted by the tabloid as saying, adding that US special forces were “absolutely confident” that he could not escape. According to the source, bin Laden moved into the area, “in the desolate Toba Kakar mountains,” about one month ago from another area 240 kilometres to the south, the Sunday Express said. Full Story

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