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Pakistan Reduces Sentence of Doctor Who Helped Find bin Laden

A Pakistani tribunal has taken 10 years off the 33-year sentence of a doctor who helped the U.S. spy agency find Osama bin Laden. Shakil Afridi was convicted in May of 2012, not of working for the CIA, but on charges of giving money and providing medical treatment to Islamic militants. Afridi is believed to have been targeted by Pakistani authorities because of allegations that he ran a vaccination program to collect DNA and verify bin Laden's presence in the town of...

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