Saudis to Let bin Laden Widows Stay

    Pakistani policemen cover a minivan before boarding family members of slain Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, in Islamabad, as they leave for the airport before their departure to Saudia Arabia, on April 26, 2012. Osama bin Laden's family is about to be deported from Pakistan to Saudia Arabia, government officials said late April 26, nearly a year after the Al-Qaeda leader was killed in a US special forces raid. AFP PHOTO/AAMIR QURESHI        (Photo credit should read AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/GettyImages)

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    Osama bin Laden’s three widows were among the members of his family deported to Saudi Arabia on Friday—and Saudis said Saturday they would allow them to say on “humanitarian grounds.” The three women and their two daughters served 45 days under house arrest for impersonation and illegally entering and residing in Pakistan. In a deposition given by one of the wives, Amal Ahmed Abdul Fateh, the woman provides details of the 10 years bin Laden spent on the run after the September 11 attacks, saying in her deposition that Pakistanis arranged “everything” while they were in hiding.

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