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PBS NewsHour | Amid Bin Laden Inquiries, How Can U.S., Pakistan Rebuild Relations? | PBS

Duration: 08:40
Program: PBS NewsHour #10021
Broadcast Date: May. 5, 2011

After a U.S. raid killed Osama bin Laden, questions are being raised about what Pakistan knew about the al-Qaida leader's location. Judy Woodruff examines how his discovery will impact U.S.-Pakistani relations with Shuja Nawaz, who has written frequently on Pakistan's military, and former CIA station chief Robert Grenier.

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Post Date: May 6, 2011