Pakistan says bin Laden's death a "major setback" to militancy
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan said on Monday that Osama bin Laden's death was a major setback to terrorist organisations around the world.
"This operation was conducted by the U.S. Forces in accordance with declared U.S. policy that Osama bin Laden will be eliminated in a direct action by the U.S. Forces, wherever found in the world," the foreign ministry said in a statement
(Reporting by Zeeshan Haider and Augustine Anthony; Editing by Rebecca Conway)
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