Al Qaeda: up close with the bosses
Osama bin Laden poses with his then second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahri in Afghanistan in 2001. Photo/Reuters
As the Resident Editor of the Pakistani daily The News's Peshawar bureau, he's considered an authority on the Tribal Areas - the frontier between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Yusufzai was also among the first to repeatedly interview Al Qaeda's past and present leaders, and in this excerpt he recalls the secrecy and stealth surrounding Osama bin Laden.
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