Pakistan Decries Deadly Airstrike Blamed on CIA Pakistani officials condemn an airstrike that killed 18 civilians. They say it was a CIA effort to kill al Qaeda's second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahri... who was not present. The United States has not commented. The FBI will reportedly conduct DNA tests on some victims of the attack to see if any are known terrorists.
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Pakistan Decries Deadly Airstrike Blamed on CIA

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Pakistan Decries Deadly Airstrike Blamed on CIA

Pakistan Decries Deadly Airstrike Blamed on CIA

Pakistan Decries Deadly Airstrike Blamed on CIA

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Pakistani officials condemn an airstrike that killed 18 civilians. They say it was a CIA effort to kill al Qaeda's second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahri... who was not present. The United States has not commented. The FBI will reportedly conduct DNA tests on some victims of the attack to see if any are known terrorists.