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Bin Laden son-in-law detained overseas, brought to New York

A man identified as Suleiman Abu Ghaith appears in this still image taken from an undated video address. REUTERS/Handout

A man identified as Suleiman Abu Ghaith appears in this still image taken from an undated video address. REUTERS/Handout

A man identified as Suleiman Abu Ghaith appears in this still image taken from an undated video address. REUTERS/Handout
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Still image from video obtained by Reuters in May 2002 shows a man believed to be al Qaeda spokesman Suleiman Abu Ghaith. REUTERS/Reuters TV/Files

Still image from video obtained by Reuters in May 2002 shows a man believed to be al Qaeda spokesman Suleiman Abu Ghaith. REUTERS/Reuters TV/Files

Still image from video obtained by Reuters in May 2002 shows a man believed to be al Qaeda spokesman Suleiman Abu Ghaith. REUTERS/Reuters TV/Files
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