Saturday, June 4, 2011

U.S. kills a possible successor to bin Laden in Pakistan

London. .- The Ilyas Kashmiri militant leader, one of the possible candidates to succeed the late Osama bin Laden in front of the international terrorist network Al Qaeda, died this last night during the attack by an unmanned U.S. in the region South Waziristan, according to local reports collected by the BBC.

Kashmiri, leader of the Islamic Struggle Movement - Harkat ul Jihad al Islami HuJI - and alleged mastermind of attacks like the Marriott hotel attack in Islamabad in 2008, which killed 54 people, would be among the nine died during the air assault made last night on the town of Laman, as such information has not been confirmed by official sources.

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