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October 20, 2010

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Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US Hussain Haqqani rejected a NATO official’s claim on Monday that al Qaeda Chief Osama bin Laden is living comfortably in a house in the northwest of Pakistan, saying there was no basis to it.

“This is speculation because if he knew it, it would be actionable intelligence and we would act on it,” he said on CNN, citing NATO official, who was not named.

“I mean, we can speculate on certain people in NATO and Afghanistan living it up, but that’s just speculation. Why should we get into the speculation?”

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“The reason why this statement is not made officially and publicly by NATO is because they do not have any basis to make that statement,” ambassador Haqqani added.

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