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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has allowed family of Osama bin Laden to leave the country, said a local newspaper on Tuesday.
The Yemeni brother-in-law of the slain al-Qaida chief has arrived in Pakistan to shift his two Yemeni widows, reported "Jang ", a widely-circulated Urdu daily newspaper in Pakistan.
The American military had killed Osama bin Laden in Abbotabad in May 2011, where he is believed to have lived for nearly five years.
A commission investigating the US raid and presence of the al- Qaida chief in Pakistan has allowed the Osama family members to leave Pakistan as they were no more required for questioning. The commission members had interviewed widows of Osama as part of the investigation.
The daily quoted official sources as saying that the Osama family members have been shifted from a "safe house" of the security agencies to another place in Islamabad.
Police commandos have been deployed for their protection, the report said.