he fate of one of the United States’ most dedicated enemies was the subject of mounting speculation Monday after a drone strike in Pakistan’s tribal belt was said to have targeted Abu Yahya al-Libi, the Al Qaeda commander who escaped US custody in 2005 and became the group’s deputy leader after Osama bin Laden’s death last year.
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