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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that Pakistan will return the parts of the helicopter that was left behind by Navy SEALs when they raided Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's compound noted; details given about various problems between the US and Pakistan. [From "60 Minutes," President OBAMA - says there had to be some kind of support network for bin Laden inside Pakistan.] [May 10, Pakistani interior minister Rehman MALIK- denies a support network.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend, reporter Stan Grant and former CIA officer Michael Hurley about Pakistan. [TOWNSEND - talks about the helicopter tail to be sent back.] [From Islamabad, GRANT - says Pakistan IS a haven for terrorists; states Senator John Kerry wants support from Pakistan; comments on the diplomatic talks with Pakistan to get it to meet the US wants in return for its aid investments.] [HURLEY - comments on a support network in Pakistan for bin Laden, the need for continued drone strikes against terrorists.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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