A New Manhunt in Pakistan

An aggressive campaign against al-Qaeda in Pakistan has taken a toll on the group's top leadership. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the brains behind the Sept. 11 attacks, and several other experienced chiefs have been captured. And President Pervez Musharraf has lately turned up the heat. A State Department official says Pakistan has captured 30 al-Qaeda suspects in the past seven weeks alone.

But new leaders seem to be stepping in to fill the vacuum, and one in particular is emerging as a prime focus of the terrorist hunt. He is Abu Faraj Farj, a Libyan, who, Musharraf has alleged in an interview...

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