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 Two Qaeda bosses perished in drone attack on Sep 14
 Updated at: 0145 PST,  Thursday, September 17, 2009
Two Qaeda bosses perished in drone attack on Sep 14 ISLAMABAD: Two Al-Qaeda commanders were reportedly killed including the close aides of Osama Bin Ladin during US unmanned plane attack on South Waziristan Agency (SWA) on September 14, Geo news quoted US intelligence sources as saying on Wednesday.

According to US intelligence sources, those two killed Qaeda leaders included Nazim-ud-Din Khilalof alias Yahio and Ilyas Kaashmiri.

Nazim-ud-Din Khilalof was hailing from Uzbekistan and was reportedly a close aide of Qaeda’s big boss Osama Bin Ladin while Ilyas Kaashmiri was a resident of Karachi, Pakistan.

Also, Kaashmiri was the operational chief of Al-Qaeda in Pakistan and the commander of Harkat-ul-Jihad Al-Islami, the religious outfit, sources added.
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