Cover story on ISI-Osama ties vanishes in NYT Pakistan edition
Washington: The International New York Times today`s edition did not have a cover story in Pakistan.
The cover page was suppose to carry a lengthy report on `What Pakistan knew about bin Laden`, however readers were greeted with an enormous section of white space.
According to the New York Times, elsewhere in the world, the International New York Times published a story by Carlotta Gall that closely examines links between Pakistan and Osama bin Laden.
Gall`s report accuses the ISI, Pakistan`s intelligence unit, may have knowingly provided shelter to Laden before he was killed during a United States raid in 2011.
Apparently Pakistan government does not want its citizens reading that content.
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