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Slain Afghan nationalist's brother 'relieved'
Brother of al-Qaeda victim Ahmad Shah Masood expresses satisfaction at news of Osama bin Laden's killing.
Last Modified: 02 May 2011 16:38

An brother of Afghanistan's most famous resistance leader, Ahmad Shah Masood, who was assassinated in a suicide bombing by al-Qaeda, says he is "relieved" at the news of Osama bin Laden's death. However, Ahmad Wali Massood, a former Afghan ambassador to Britain, says the US must not believe bin Laden's death ends the "war on terror".

Al Jazeera's Adrian Finighan spoke to Wali Massood in Kabul.

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