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The American Secretary of State said she believed the fugitive head of the al Qaeda terrorist network was at large nearly nine years after United States forces helped topple his Taliban hosts in neighbouring Afghanistan.
Speaking before heading to the Kabul International conference, she said: "I believe (bin Laden) is here in Pakistan and it would be very helpful if we could take them (al-Qaeda leaders)." Leon Panetta, head of the CIA, last month said bin Laden remained in "very deep hiding"
Several files track Bin Laden, although the US has said it had received no reliable information on him "in years". The details come as the Pentagon investigates who leaked the classified documents, in an act the White House says could harm national security.
Originally posted by antonia
Then you have the spin on the stories themselves. They seem to single out Iran and Pakistan. It almost [bseems like this is perfectly timed to start pointing fingers at a new enemy at the tail end of the CFR faction saying the war in Afghanistan is a failure.
So, I ask: Is it possible we are all being duped by Wikileaks?