Osama bin Laden hiding in Hindu Kush: United States
New York, Mar 15 (ANI): World's biggest manhunt for Al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden has zeroed in on Chitral's stunning peaks and valleys.
According to the "New York Daily News", Laden is somewhere in the impenetrable Hindu Kush mountains in Pakistan's Chitral region.
The region has been sealed off to outsiders and is now regularly buzzed by American spy drones.
Many foreign officials also confirmed that Laden has been seen around the Hindu Kush mountains.
Recent Predator fly-bys, Laden's tapes and interviews are pointing his appearance to these vast mountains.
The reports suggest that the nearby town of Kalam can also be his current home place.
In fact, drones were first spotted spying on Chitral last summer and were seen again as recently as February 2. It is so far from US-run airfields that drone sorties are limited to just a few hours due to fuelling issues, the report said. (ANI)
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