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By Reuters

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LAHORE, PAKISTAN (MAY 2, 2011) (REUTERS) CARS DRIVING ON STREET TRAFFIC MAN WALKING INTO BUILDING (SOUNDBITE) (Urdu) BANKER, MOHAMMAD WAHEED ANJUM, SAYING: "The Americans have been using him (Osama bin Laden). After achieving their goal, they killed him." VARIOUS OF TRAFFIC TRAVEL AGENT, SHAHBAZ AHMED WALKING OUT OF ROADSIDE TEA STALL (SOUNDBITE) (Urdu) TRAVEL AGENT, SHAHBAZ AHMED, SAYING: "The bad is bad, whoever may be behind it, whether it is Osama or someone else. It is always good to finish the evil. A lot of destruction was brought to Pakistan because of Osama bin Laden. Pakistan itself came under crisis; the whole world had seen crises. If he was bad, it is good that he has been killed." TRAFFIC ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (MAY 2, 2011) (REUTERS) VIEW OF CITY OF ISLAMABAD MINARETS OF FAISAL MOSQUE VARIOUS OF TRAFFIC ON ROAD MORE TRAFFIC ON ROAD PAKISTAN PRESIDENT, ASIF ALI ZARDARI'S HOUSE VARIOUS OF MARKET PLACE (SOUNDBITE) (Urdu) RETIRED GOVERNMENT OFFICER, ABDUL RASHEED, SAYING: "There have been news of Osama bin Laden's death several times; rumours have been spread not once but many times in the past. Either those reports were false or this one is untrue. Unless we see some footage or concrete evidence, we cannot say whether this report is true or false." TRAFFIC VARIOUS OF MARKET (SOUNDBITE) (Urdu) ADVOCATE, FAREED CHAUDHRY, SAYING: "After the recent tussle between the ISI (Inter Services Intelligence) and the FBI, the line of action between the two has severed somewhat. They could have spread this news to defame the ISI by giving the impression that it is providing protection to al Qaeda. There is no truth in these reports; they are false." PAKISTAN MONUMENT TRAFFIC ON MAIN ROAD HIGH COURT LAWYER GHULAM MURTAZA, ENTERING HIS OFFICE (SOUNDBITE) (Urdu) HIGH COURT LAWYER, GHULAM MURTAZA, SAYING: "No outside forces should be allowed to enter Pakistani territory. If any country has carried out an operation inside our territory, it is against our sovereignty. We should not give permission to anyone to do that." VARIOUS OF CARS DRIVING ON ROAD
Dateline: 2011

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