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Bin Laden Not in Pakistan, Interior Minister Says

Osama bin Laden, the world’s most wanted man, is definitely not in Pakistan and is more likely to be in Afghanistan, Pakistan’s Interior Ministry has told the BBC. “He’s not in Pakistan, certainly not,” Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat told HARDtalk Pakistan in a broadcast to be aired on Wednesday of which a partial transcript was released Tuesday. “The reason why I said he could not be in Pakistan is because we have these 70,000 paramilitary forces patrolling the border. We have virtually sealed the border,” he added. U.S. and British troops and Pakistani and Afghan security forces have been hunting the al Qaeda leader since the overthrow of Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers in late 2001. Full Story

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