Person of the Week
HOLDING ON MULLAH MOHAMMED OMAR, one-eyed leader of the Taliban, teeters on an increasingly fractured power base, and support from neighbor Pakistan has evaporated. Many jittery tribal leaders want Osama bin Laden handed over to avoid a U.S. military strikeŚbut Omar says no way
"Our first choice was to send him someplace where justice is more ... streamlined."
SANDY BERGER, former adviser to President Bill Clinton, on why bin Laden was not brought to the U.S. from Sudan in 1996
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