Pakistan charges OBL widows with illegal entry
PAKISTAN: Pakistan has charged Osama bin Laden's three widows with
illegal entry, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said Thursday, without
saying when it had done so or when a trial would begin.
Pakistan took the Al-Qaeda terror chief's wives - two Saudis and a
Yemeni - and around 10 of their children into custody after US Navy
Seals killed him at his house in the Pakistani garrison town of
Abbottabad on May 2, 2011.
“The case has been registered only against the adults,” Malik told
reporters in the capital Islamabad. AFP