2 brothers arrested in Pakistan for links with Osama's couriers
Pakistani security agencies have arrested two brothers in the country's northwest for alleged links with the two al-Qaeda couriers who owned the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed in a US raid.
The security agencies arrested Razaul Hasan, 22, and Ziaul Haq, 24, in Martung area of Shangla district in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province yesterday.
They were accused of having links to Arshad Khan and Tariq Khan, the two couriers who were killed along with the al-Qaeda leader.
The brothers were arrested from a house in Kotkai village in the mountainous Shangla district, The News daily reported.