Bin Laden family ‘to leave Pakistan early Wednesday’


The family of Osama bin Laden is expected to be deported from Pakistan early on Wednesday morning, their lawyer and an intelligence official said.
The former Al Qaeda leader’s three widows and two of his daughters will complete a short sentence of detention for illegally entering and residing in Pakistan on Tuesday.
“They will go tonight or tomorrow early in the morning. After 12 (o’clock) tonight they can be deported any time,” their lawyer Mohammad Aamir told AFP on Tuesday.
A Pakistani intelligence official confirmed the family was expected to be deported around midnight.