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Report: Iraq Document Details Bin Laden Contacts

Iraqi intelligence agents contacted Osama bin Laden when he was in Sudan in the mid-1990s as part of an effort by Baghdad to work with foes of the Saudi ruling family, The New York Times reported on Friday, citing a newly disclosed document. U.S. officials described the document as an internal Iraqi intelligence report detailing efforts to seek cooperation with several Saudi opposition groups, the newspaper said. The contacts described in the report came before bin Laden’s al Qaeda organization had become a full-fledged terrorist group, the Times said. Full Story

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