Finding Bin Laden in Remote Border Region 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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Finding Bin Laden in Remote Border Region

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Finding Bin Laden in Remote Border Region

Finding Bin Laden in Remote Border Region

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.