November 29, 2007 / 8:35 PM / in 11 years

U.S. says voice on Qaeda tape appears to be bin Laden

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The voice on a new audio tape urging European countries to end military cooperation with U.S. forces in Afghanistan appears to be Osama bin Laden’s, a U.S. counterterrorism official said on Thursday.

A video grab from an undated footage obtained in July 2007 shows al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden making statements from an unknown location. Al Jazeera television said on Thursday it would air a new audio tape of the al Qaeda leader. REUTERS/REUTERS TV

“The voice appears to be that of bin Laden,” the official said.

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