Osama's children were born in Pakistan: Report

   Mar 20, 11:35 am

Islamabad, Mar 20 (ANI): Investigative agencies that submitted reports in the court of Senior Civil Judge Farrukh Arjumand regarding former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's existence in Pakistan, have said his children were born in that South Asian country.

The report said what is shocking is that despite the fact that his children were born in Pakistan, no record was available with any hospital as apparently they were registered under fake names, The Express Tribune reports.

The report further said that bin Laden entered Pakistan along with his family through Afghanistan and resided in various areas of the country. However, no records could be found at any airport regarding his travels.

The supporters of bin Laden in Pakistan have not been identified, and the investigation is still under process.

The killed al-Qaeda leader's family was taken into custody after US Navy Seals raided his compound in Abbottabad on May 2. (ANI)

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