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Top Bin Laden Aide May Be Cornered

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Top Bin Laden Aide May Be Cornered

Top Bin Laden Aide May Be Cornered

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Pakistani authorities say they believe their troops have cornered Osama bin Laden's top deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri, near the Afghan-Pakistan border. Pakistani forces are engaged in a fierce battle there with tribal leaders and al Qaeda fighters. U.S. officials say they cannot confirm the reports. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.

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