ISLAMABAD (AP) -- Pakistan's army has admitted to "shortcomings" in its efforts to locate Osama bin Laden.
Thursday's statement is the first by the army since the raid on Monday that killed the al-Qaida chief.
The army has been criticized for failing to locate bin Laden in a large compound in an army town not far from the capital Islamabad.
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