Pakistan’s president acknowledged for the first time on Tuesday that his security forces were left out of a US operation to kill Osama bin Laden, but he did little to dispel questions over how the al Qaeda leader was able to live in comfort near Islamabad.
Osama bin-Laden is seen addressing a news conference in Afghanistan in this May 26, 1998 file photo.
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