Tensions with Pakistan are continuing to rise as the Pakistani media has published what it says is the name of the CIA station chief in Islamabad—although, according to the Associated Press, the name is incorrect. Still, the U.S. is continuing to turn the screws on Pakistan in regard to an investigation into whether or not the country’s intelligence apparatus aided Osama bin Laden during his years in hiding. “We have to investigate, and more importantly, the Pakistani government has to investigate,” President Obama told 60 Minutes on Sunday night. “We think that there had to be some sort of support network for bin Laden inside of Pakistan.” A senior official in Pakistan’s government tells ABC News that Pakistani intelligence agents, probably rogue or retired, definitely aided bin Laden.
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