U.S. Officials: Tape May Be Proof Bin Laden Lives NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on the significance of the latest audiotape message from Osama bin Laden. U.S. experts believe it was the voice of Bin Laden on the Arabic language tape which aired yesterday on the al Jazeera television network. Until now, some experts had believed the al Qaeda leader was killed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan.
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U.S. Officials: Tape May Be Proof Bin Laden Lives

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U.S. Officials: Tape May Be Proof Bin Laden Lives

U.S. Officials: Tape May Be Proof Bin Laden Lives

U.S. Officials: Tape May Be Proof Bin Laden Lives

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NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on the significance of the latest audiotape message from Osama bin Laden. U.S. experts believe it was the voice of Bin Laden on the Arabic language tape which aired yesterday on the al Jazeera television network. Until now, some experts had believed the al Qaeda leader was killed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan.