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Afghan official points finger at Pakistan
Bin Laden leader's killing in Abbottabad cited as proof of Pakistani agencies' support for al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
Last Modified: 08 May 2011 22:05

Many Afghans say Osama bin Laden's death in the Pakistani town of Abbottabad proves that the country's intelligence services and military have been supporting al-Qaeda and the Taliban.

Al Jazeera's James Bay speaks to Jaweed Lodin, Afghanistan deputy foreign minister, who is close to the president, Hamid Karzai.

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