CIA nearly done examining bin Laden evidence
ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan (KGO) -- Counter-terrorism teams are following new leads and tracking possible new targets as experts finish sifting through files from Osama bin Laden's hideout in Pakistan.
The files were taken in a Navy SEAL raid last month, the same raid that led to the death of the al-Qaeda leader.
Officials say a CIA-led team is 95 percent finished with decrypting and translating the material recovered.
The CIA says nothing so far indicated any imminent plans for a terrorist attack.
osama bin laden, CIA, pakistan, national/world
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