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Northern Alliance vows to put Osama, Mullah Omar on trial

Northern Alliance Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah said on Wednesday that Osama bin Laden and Taleban spiritual leader Mullah Mohammad Omar would be put on trial if they are captured.

"They both have committed many crimes against the Afghan people and massacred innocent civilians in Afghanistan," he told Abu Dhabi satellite television.

"We consider them as war criminals, and they must be brought to court and tried," Abdullah said.

"They carried out massacres in Kabul and other regions of the country, and I myself saw houses and villages destroyed and civilians chased out of their homes," he said.

Abdullah added: "He had also seen innocent civilians gathered in tents against the biting cold, and all that is called terror."

He said, "The United Nations has a crucial role to play in the framework of negotiations and the process of reconstructing the country. The United Nations will have to play the most important role to restore peace in the country and to guarantee, as an observer, the staffing of general elections in Afghanistan."

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