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Terrorist Bin Laden's Closest Aide Fael Razik Arrested In Pakistan

Closest aide to terrorist No.1 Osama bin Laden, Fael Razik born in Swabi area, was arrested by the Pakistani authorities in the city of Peshawar, capital of the North West Frontier Province of the country. As The Frontier Post writes, a joint team of military and civil investigators is interrogating the terrorist in Peshawar. Pakistan's official authorities are keeping silent about the arrest and the investigation which is under way. According to the newspaper, Razik was going to Kuwait to perpetrate a series of terrorist acts there against American military facilities and citizens. The local observers believe that Razik can give valuable testimonies about the whereabouts of bin Laden, the system of his guard, and his plans.

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