Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf has announced that Islamabad will deliver up Osama bin Laden to the United States in case the international terrorist is seized on the territory of Pakistan. The announcement was made in a Sunday CNN interview aired live from China, where the president had arrived on a visit. Having publicly confirmed Pakistan's intention to deliver up bin Laden, Musharraf conjectured that the No. 1 terrorist might have been killed in US air raids on the caves in Tora Bora, Afghanistan. On Monday, the Newsweek magazine quoted a source in the US administration as saying that US mariners, who are now combing the caves and underground bunkers in Tora Bora, were planning to clear up the debris barring the entrance to one of the air-raided underground labyrinths, which the Pentagon believes may contain the body of bin Laden.
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