The White House said on Wednesday that U.S. President Barack Obama reserves the right to act again against top terror suspects inside Pakistan, following the raid which killed Osama bin Laden.

Mr. Obama's spokesman Jay Carney was asked whether the President would be prepared to target fugitives again if they were on Pakistani soil, despite Islamabad's complaints the bin Laden raid was unauthorised and unilateral. “Yes,” he replied. “[Obama] feels it was the right approach and he continues to feel that.”

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