Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has been one of the primary targets of various presidential administrations since even before the Egyptian doctor turned terrorist helped to mastermind 9/11.
On Monday, the US announced that the 21 years long search for one of the most wanted men in the world had ended a few days previously with a drone strike in Kabul.
The terrorism chief had been tracked by the CIA to a safe house in Kabul after he moved his wife, her daughter and kids, into a safe home into an affluent suburb in the Afghan capital.
A security official told reporters following the attack that it was the Egyptian jihadist’s consistent ‘pattern of life’ that included periods when he would ‘linger’ on a balcony in the home overlooking the city.
This allowed agents to tailor an…
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