Officials: Bin Laden's journal reveals plans to commit more attacks

WOODBURY - Officials say Osama bin Laden kept a handwritten journal and it revealed that he planned to commit more attacks on the United States.

Bin Laden's journal was seized by Navy SEALs last week.

The journal shows bin Laden gave chilling advice to leaders of al-Qaida groups from Yemen to London.

In the journal, bin Laden urged members of the terror group to strike on significant dates like July 4 or September 11.

Cops say besides New York, bin Laden wanted to hit other cities as well.

Pakistan to allow US to interrogate bin Laden's wivesPakistani officials investigate how bin Laden hid in the country

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