US questions Osama bin Laden`s wives: Report
Islamabad: US intelligence officers have interrogated three of Osama bin Laden`s wives under the supervision of Pakistan`s Inter-Services Intelligence, a report said.
According to CNN, the women were all interviewed together earlier this week. A senior Pakistani government official has revealed that the three were "hostile" toward the Americans.
Pakistan`s intelligence service members were present alongside the US intelligence officers, the report said, adding the Americans sought to question the women separately to decipher inconsistencies in their stories.
The American officials have however failed to yield any new information.
Osama bin Laden’s youngest wife, Amal Ahmed Abdul Fatah, was shot in the leg when she rushed during US raid on al Qaeda chief’s compound on May 02.
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