Analysis: Al Qaeda down, but not out in Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD/DERA ISMAIL KHAN, Pakistan (Reuters) - When al Qaeda leader Abu Yahya al-Libi arrived in northwest Pakistan several years ago, he commanded so much respect that even some of the world's most dangerous militants held him in awe. Already a legend in the shadowy world of jihad for breaking out of a high security U.S. prison in neighboring Afghanistan in 2005, he seemed to promise endless funds, training and inspiration for men who dreamed of unleashing carnage in New York or London. By the time he was killed in a U.S. ...