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U.S. Officials Study Purported Bin Laden Tape

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U.S. Officials Study Purported Bin Laden Tape

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U.S. Officials Study Purported Bin Laden Tape

U.S. Officials Study Purported Bin Laden Tape

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U.S. officials analyze an audiotape aired by the Arab TV network Al-Jazeera purporting to be from Osama bin Laden. If authentic, it shows the al Qaeda leader is likely still alive. The voice on the tape refers to recent terror attacks in Bali and Moscow. Hear more from NPR's Tom Gjelten.