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Suspected al-Qaida Fugitives on the Run

Pakistan’s recent operation to capture Taliban and al-Qaida fugitives has forced some militants to flee across the border into Afghanistan — territory where U.S. troops operate, intelligence officials told The Associated Press. But the operation appears to have failed to yield any major terror suspects so far, and U.S. and Pakistani officials cautioned they are no closer to nabbing top fugitives — including terror chief Osama bin Laden. “The goal was to force them to leave our areas — or to capture them,” one senior Pakistani security official told AP. “We were successful.” The three senior intelligence and government officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, gave no indication of what prompted them to be so certain that al-Qaida suspects had fled the area, and offered no specific intelligence to back up their claims. Full Story

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