WASHINGTON Al-Qaeda might play a larger part in the war in Afghanistan than previously believed, according to The Washington Post. A review of 76,000 classified US military reports published on the Internet site WikiLeaks has linked al-Qaeda and the Taliban in several ways, the Post said Monday. The newspaper reviewed the documents and found that while al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden arent mentioned much, there are real-life examples that connect them to the Taliban. In one recent example, a US air strike in the northern Afghan province of Kunduz August 14 killed a Taliban commander known as Abu Baqir, who was also a member of al-Qaeda. Osama Bin Laden is believed to be hiding in Pakistan, and while he is infrequently mentioned in the WikiLeaks postings, troops are increasingly finding his picture posted in Afghan homes, the report said. Government officials have estimated there are no more than 100 al-Qaeda fighters in Pakistan.