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  • The departure of State Department special envoy for North Korea Stephen Bosworth highlights a policy split within the Obama administration about how to deal with he rogue communist state. (Associated Press)

    Inside the Ring

    The Obama administration is braced for a tough Chinese reaction to the latest U.S. arms sale to Taiwan and is worried it will come during the visit to Beijing by White House National Security Adviser Thomas E. Donilon.

  • **FILE** In this photo from Oct. 7, 2001, Osama bin Laden (left) and his top lieutenant Egyptian Ayman al-Zawahri are seen at an undisclosed location in this television image broadcast. (Associated Press/Al Jazeera)

    Bin Laden's death likely to shatter al Qaeda

    U.S. security and intelligence officials say al Qaeda is severely weakened after losing Osama bin Laden, and some analysts go further, noting cautiously that the terrorist group may be in its death throes from the relentless U.S. and allied campaign to kill and capture its leaders and members.

  • Supporters of Pakistan's Muslim League burn a representation of the U.S. flag during an anti-American demonstration Monday in Multan, Pakistan. Pakistan's prime minister is rejecting allegations that national authorities were either complicit in hiding al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden or incompetent in tracking him down. (Associated Press)

    U.S. tests Pakistan ties, seeks access to bin Laden wives

    The Obama administration is asking Pakistan to allow the United States to interview Osama bin Laden's three wives — who are in Pakistani custody — and to analyze materials seized in his compound by Pakistani authorities.

  • Intel from bin Laden raid called a 'treasure'

    White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon said Sunday the volume of information seized from the terrorist al Qaeda network during last week's mission to kill Osama bin Laden was "the size of a small college library."

  • ** FILE ** Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is shown in a video released by the Department of Defense on Saturday, May 7, 2011. (AP Photo/Department of Defense)

    U.S. wants access to bin Laden widows

    The United States wants access to Osama bin Laden's three widows and any intelligence material its commandos left behind at the al Qaeda leader's compound, a top American official said in comments broadcast Sunday that could add a fresh sticking point in already frayed ties with Pakistan.

  • ** FILE ** Tom Donilon (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

    White House aide: Al Qaeda weakest since 2001

    White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon said on Sunday that the volume of information seized on the al Qaeda terrorist network during last week's mission to kill Osama bin Laden was "equivalent to a small college library."

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  • A Libyan volunteer prays on the outskirts of the eastern town of Ras Lanouf on Thursday. Government forces drove hundreds of rebels from a strategic oil port with rockets and tank shells on Thursday, significantly expanding dictator Moammar Gadhafi's control of Libya. (Associated Press)

    Clinton to meet with Libyan rebels

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday said she will meet next week with Libya's rebel envoys, as France took the diplomatic lead among Western nations and recognized the provisional government seeking to overthrow Col. Moammar Gadhafi.

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