Monday, May 9, 2011

Official: Pakistan Aided Bin Laden

Pakistan Warns U.S. Against Raids

Pakistan's army chief and a top diplomat warned against a repeat of this week's U.S. raid against Osama bin Laden, strongly suggesting American forces could next time face military resistance and see its intelligence cooperation with Pakistan sharply curtailed—a development that would threaten the Afghan war effort and global counter-terrorism operations. read more,....

Pakistan was bin Laden's Base for Past 5 Years

Osama bin Laden's youngest widow has told Pakistani investigators the al Qaeda leader and his family had been living in the compound where he was killed for the past five years, said a senior Pakistani intelligence official. read more,....

Reuters now reports: bin Laden "lived in Pakistan for over 7 years"

Osama bin Laden may have lived in Pakistan for over seven years before being shot dead by U.S. forces, senior Pakistani security officials said on Saturday, a disclosure that could further anger the United States of America over the presence of enemy number one in the country. read more,....

Confirmed: Bin Laden directed Qaeda from Pakistan

Pakistan, dependent on billions of dollars in U.S. aid, is under intense pressure to explain how bin Laden could have spent so many years undetected just a few hours drive from its intelligence headquarters in the capital.

Suspicions have deepened that Pakistan's pervasive Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency, which has a long history of contacts with militant groups, had ties with bin Laden -- or that at least some of its agents did. The agency has been described as a state within a state. read more,....

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