Pakistan Cites Advances in Crackdown on Al Qaeda

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Pakistani military officials take credit for killing and capturing large numbers of terrorists and suspected militants along the border with Afghanistan. A recent raid in Karachi netted two relatives of senior al Qaeda strategist Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. But with Osama bin Laden still at large, some wonder if the Pakistani forces are doing enough. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.



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