Bin Laden's Sudan Link

NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Khartoum that though the government of Sudan denies that the Islamic radical Osama bin Laden had anything to do with the pharmaceutical factory destroyed by US cruise missiles, the Saudi dissident has long personal and economic ties to the Sudan. He lived in Sudan after being forced into exile by Saudi Arabia and has used his family fortune in a network of investments in the country.

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