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TERRORISM

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Reuters

The mission to destroy bin Laden sparked the creation of a chillingly bureaucratic process for deciding who would be on "kill lists," authorized for death at the hands of the CIA. It revolutionized the use of pilotless drones to find and attack milit

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AP

Despite having no Internet access in his hideout, Osama bin Laden was a prolific email writer who built a painstaking system that kept him one step ahead of the U.S. government's best eavesdroppers. His methods, described in new detail to The Asso

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Dear Editor,  To Lee Wrights and Ray McGovern's guilt-ridden assertions that we should not celebrate the assassination (which is exactly what it was) of Osama bin Laden or question the benefits of such an act, I say nonsense!  The celebra

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Yahoo! News blog

Tucked away in the Himalayan foothills, Abbottabad was Pakistan's best kept secret — until Osama bin Laden was killed within walking distance of the Pakistan Military Academy. So why Abbottabad? How was the world's most hunted man able to live near a

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Yahoo News

Key US lawmakers urged Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a letter released Friday to support labeling Mexican drug cartels as terrorist groups and craft a strategy to help Mexico defeat them. "The Mexican drug cartels present a dangerous thre

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The U.K. Sun

Yemen-based Islamist Anwar al-Awlaki - tipped as Osama Bin Laden's successor - urged a Mumbai-style massacre after being duped by a U.K. Sun investigative reporter.

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NY Times

The new details suggested that the raid, though chaotic and bloody, was extremely one-sided, with a force of more than 20 Navy Seal members quickly dispatching the handful of men protecting Bin Laden. Administration officials said that the only sh

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Reuters

Photographs acquired by Reuters and taken about an hour after the U.S. assault on Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad in Pakistan show 3 dead men lying in pools of blood, but no weapons. The photos, taken by a Pakistani security official who ent

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The Wall Street Journal

The intelligence find after the bin Laden compound raid is a jolt to bin Laden's network that could force its terror operatives to move into areas or initiate communications that make them more easily detectable.

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Becky Chandler

Because bin Laden is dead, Americans are now united in the continuation of all the awful things we have done to ourselves because he was not quickly captured and killed after September 11, 2001.

News Link • Global Reported By Becky Chandler
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John C Abell via WIRED.com

As if a service with hundreds of millions of users needed to come of age, Twitter is said to have had its CNN moment Sunday night as the “place” where the news of the commando raid which killed Osama bin Laden was first shared.

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Bin Laden's body cleansed before sea burial. The Al-Qaida leader was buried at sea from the deck of a U.S. aircraft carrier in the north Arabian Sea after being washed according to Islamic custom.