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Pakistan’s slow OK faulted for missed shot at bin Laden

Demurral by the Pakistani government cost the United States the chance to kill Osama bin Laden in an air strike near the Afghan border two years ago, the Sunday Telegraph has learned. A CIA lead that the al Qaeda leader was hiding in a remote province was squandered because the Pakistani government delayed giving permission for the attack on its soil, according to a senior Western diplomat. Full Story

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