Source Pravda.Ru

Pakistani Authorities Warn Against Harboring Of Bin Laden

Pakistani authorities have warned chiefs of Pashtoon tribes against harboring of Osama bin Laden, reported India's UNI news agency. According to Pakistani intelligence reports, it is highly unlikely that bin Laden is somewhere in Tora Bora outside Jalalabad. It seems more credible that he has moved to the northern part of the Uruzgan province, Central Afghanistan and is now hiding in a cave or canyon out of reach of US aviation. According to a high-ranking Pakistani military source, the secret services of Pakistan have enlisted some of Taliban's units to help locate bin Laden.

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