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Sources: Airstrike may have killed bin Laden’s No. 2

A CIA airstrike on a building in Pakistan may have killed Osama bin Laden’s most-trusted aide, sources said. The building where Ayman al-Zawahiri was thought to be is in Damadola, a small village near the Afghan border. There has been no confirmation that al-Zawahiri was killed in the attack. However, sources say there was intelligence suggesting he was in the building at the time of the strike. Pakistani officials were at the scene of the strike, trying to determine if Al-Zawahiri was killed. A doctor in the area told The Associated Press that at least 17 people were killed in the attack, but other witnesses at the scene said the death toll was higher. Full Story

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