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Pakistanis Pursue Qaeda Forces in Offensive on Afghan Border

Pakistani forces have begun operations on the border with Afghanistan, continuing their pursuit of foreign members of Al Qaeda into the mountainous tribal area where Osama bin Laden has been thought to be hiding for the last year, Pakistani and American military officials said late last week. On Saturday, in the most recent operation, the Pakistani military killed two foreign fighters who appeared to be Arabs in a raid in Devgar, near the Afghan border in North Waziristan Province. They captured 11 others – one from Sudan, one from Qatar, and some Pakistanis from Punjab Province, said Brig. Mehmood Shah, chief of security for the tribal areas. The military seized large amounts of arms and ammunition in the operation, he said.Full Story

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