25 novembro 2002

CIA paying millions in Qaeda hunt: Foreign leaders fear impact on own intelligence
The Central Intelligence Agency, returning to some of its cloak-and-dagger ways to penetrate hostile territory, has handed out tens of millions of dollars in unmarked bills in recent months to foreign intelligence contacts in the hunt for Osama bin Laden and other top Al Qaeda leaders, according to US officials and former CIA members.

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