Finding Bin Laden in Remote Border Region

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NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with writer Robert Young Pelton about the region believed to be Osama bin Laden's hideout. The mountainous area that runs along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border is controlled by Pashtun tribal chiefs who rule with a mix of hospitality, tradition and vengeance.

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