The leader of Pakistan is striking back against allegations the country's government may have helped hide Osama Bin Laden.
The prime minister made a televised address Monday.
Pakistan's Prime Minister told his parliament no one in his government or the country's spy agency helped hide Osama Bin Laden.
The Pakistani government was concerned about how the discovery of Bin Laden in their country would be perceived in Washington. Meanwhile, the Obama administration is pushing for access to Bin Laden's three widows who are now in Pakistani custody.
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