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Pakistan Claims to Kill al-Qaida Official

Intercepted radio conversations indicate al-Qaida’s top intelligence chief may have been killed in fighting in Pakistan, intelligence officials said Monday, but they admitted that no body has been found. The radio transmissions disclosed that a man named Abdullah had been killed and that the death caused a great deal of distress among the al-Qaida forces, a Pakistani intelligence official said on condition of anonymity. “He was a very important person for al-Qaida,” the official said. He added that interrogations of suspected al-Qaida members led the Pakistanis to believe that Abdullah was the group’s top intelligence official. Full Story

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