Bin Laden family 'to leave Pakistan early Wednesday'

Osama bin Laden's family is expected to be deported from Pakistan early on Wednesday, their lawyer and an intelligence official said, 11 months after the US raid that killed the Al-Qaeda kingpin.

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Usama bin Laden’s family to be deported from Pakistan – Fox News


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Usama bin Laden's family to be deported from Pakistan
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The family of slain terror boss Usama bin Laden is expected to be deported from Pakistan early Wednesday, their lawyer and an intelligence official have told AFP. The former Al Qaeda leader's family members, including three widows, will complete a
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Pakistan Prison Attacked, Hundreds Of Inmates Freed – RTT News


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Pakistan Prison Attacked, Hundreds Of Inmates Freed
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(RTTNews) – Armed Islamists stormed a prison in north-west Pakistan and freed hundreds of inmates, media reports citing officials said on Sunday. According to the reports, the attack targeted a prison in Bannu, a town in the northwestern Khyber
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Doctors in Pakistan fight to save six-legged baby boy – New York Daily News


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Doctors in Pakistan fight to save six-legged baby boy
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By Philip Caulfield / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS A newly-born child with six legs at an intensive care unit ward at a hospital in Karachi, Pakistan. Doctors in Pakistan are battling to save a baby boy born with six legs due to a rare genetic disease.
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Pakistan's cricketers take turn on the catwalk

Former Pakistan cricket captain Younis Khan and fast bowler Umar Gul turned heads at a bridal fashion show this weekend with a rare turn on the catwalk.

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Pakistan moves to reopen NATO supply lines, but US ties remain frayed

Parliament outlined how US-Pakistan relations ought to proceed, but gave an unofficial okay to reopening NATO supply lines to Afghanistan.

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Pakistan fashion fraternity eyes franchises, collaborations in India – New York Daily News

Pakistan fashion fraternity eyes franchises, collaborations in India
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New Delhi, April 16 — Pakistan's fashion fraternity has welcomed India and Pakistan's decision to open more trade routes and hope to expand their reach by collaborating with Indian wholesalers, brands and opening retail outlets here.

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Pakistan school grenade attack kills boy

Authorities in northern Pakistan were looking for 384 inmates who escaped from a prison early Sunday morning after hundreds of Taliban militants raided the facility.

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Analysis: Pakistan’s Parliament Takes Stand on US Ties – Voice of America


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Analysis: Pakistan's Parliament Takes Stand on US Ties
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April 16, 2012 Analysis: Pakistan's Parliament Takes Stand on US Ties Gary Thomas | Washington Relations between the United States and Pakistan have been in a downward spiral, reaching a low point after US warplanes mistakenly attacked a border outpost
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Was brazen Pakistan jail break an inside job?

BANNU, Pakistan (Reuters) – An Islamist militant commander who helped plan an assault on a Pakistani jail on Sunday which freed nearly 400 prisoners said his group had inside information. Pakistan's Taliban movement, which is close to al Qaeda, said it was behind the brazen assault by militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and AK-47 assault rifles. A police official said most of those …

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