OSAMA BIN LADEN

Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, said on Monday (27 / 4), Pakistani intelligence agencies believe al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden had died, but they acknowledge they have no evidence.

"The United States told me they did not know and they are far more equipped
rather we are tracking. And our own intelligence agencies obviously thought that he was not there anymore, that he had died, "Zardari told AFP journalist and dilansir.


"However, there is no evidence, you can not accept it as fact," he said. "We have between fact and fiction."

Zardari to address reports that the Pakistani Taliban in the Swat valley said they will welcome both Osama bin Laden if he would like to visit the former health resort in the hills of Pakistan is now in the hands of the Islamist group. "The problem is whether he is alive or has died. There is no trace Osama bin Laden," said the president.

In Washington, the U.S. department of foreign affairs spokesman, Robert Wood, indicates that the U.S. will still be looking for Osama bin Laden based on estimates he still lives. "I do not have information that Osama bin Laden is indeed dead or alive," Wood said to reporters when asked about the statement of Zardari. "We do not know. We will continue to pursue Osama bin Laden until we can catch it, or bring justice to him," he said.

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