In an address to his parliament Monday, Pakistani Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani struck back against accusations that his government was "in cahoots" with Osama bin Laden. “Allegations of complicity and incompetence are absurd,” he said. That bin Laden was able to hide out for so long was not just Pakistan’s fault, Gilani insisted, but “an intelligence failure… of all the intelligence agencies in the world.” Gilani also alleged that the U.S. helped create al Qaeda during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and then worsened the situation with a "flawed" military operation. President Obama said in an interview that aired Sunday night that “ we have to investigate” the nation’s government to see if any of its members were harboring the terrorist.
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