Pakistan Agrees To Return US Top-Secret Stealth Helicopter Wreckage



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Pakistan has agreed to return the tail of the US top-secret stealth helicopter used in the operation that killed Al-Qaeda leader Bin Laden. The decision was taken during a meeting between Pakistani officials and US Senator John Kerry in Islamabad on Monday night. “Tomorrow the tail of the helicopter will be returned to America,” the senator told reporters after the meeting. The US was worried that the advanced military technology used in the tail of the helicopter might be reverse-engineered by China.

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