Thursday, 30 June 2011

Outgoing CIA Director Leon Panetta praised for 'Osama hunt down operation' - DailyIndia.com


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Outgoing CIA Director Leon Panetta praised for 'Osama hunt down operation'
DailyIndia.com
Washington, July 1: Outgoing Central Investigation Agency (CIA) Director Leon Panetta has been applauded for the agency's success in helping to hunt down Osama bin Laden, which finally led to the recovery of scores of confidential material from the ...
CIA now better prepared for challenges: PanettaIBNLive.com
'One hell of a ride' as CIA chief: PanettaAFP

New defense chief Panetta sees tough budget choicesReuters
San Francisco Chronicle -Hindustan Times
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Remarks by the President on Osama Bin Laden - WTOL.com


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Remarks by the President on Osama Bin Laden
WTOL.com
Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al Qaeda, and a terrorist who's responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, ...
Osama maintained 'phenomenal security' at hideoutRediff

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Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Handling of terror suspects 'difficult' - UPI.com


Handling of terror suspects 'difficult'
UPI.com
Vice Adm. Adm. William H. McRaven, the top military official involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, told a Senate committee plans for detaining the suspects are developed ad hoc, then approved by the White House, The Wa shington Post reported ...
Adm. McRaven: Obama administration has no plan for captured terroristsWashington Post
Special Ops Nominee Defends Night Raids in Afghan WarNational Journal
Actually, Special-Ops 'Night Raids' Are Rather GentleWired News (blog)
KKTV 11 News -Fox News -Forbes
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Osama taught sons to survive in extreme hardship - IBNLive.com


Osama taught sons to survive in extreme hardship
IBNLive.com
New Delhi: Former al Qaida chief Osama bin Laden shared a very complex relationship with his children and taught his sons to survive in extreme terrain, perhaps preparing them early on for a life on the run. According to American writer Je an Sasson who ...

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British schools 'drop Osama town' - Belfast Telegraph


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British schools 'drop Osama town'
Belfast Telegraph
A group of British schools ended an educational partnership with teachers and pupils in the Pakistani town where Osama bin Laden was killed, fearing bad publicity. They cancelled a planned visit by teachers from Abbottabad to Blackburn, ...
Osama was like a 'cranky old uncle'Hindustan Times
Osama Bin Laden's 'intriguing handwritten notes'BBC News
Post-Osama, US gears up to take on QaidaTimes of India
IBNLive.com -Indian Express -The Associated Press
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Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Obama says information recovered from bin Laden compound shows al-Qaida under ... - Washington Post


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Obama says information recovered from bin Laden compound shows al-Qaida under ...
Washington Post
By AP, WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says information recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan shows al-Qaida is under enormous strain. Obama says bin Laden expressed concern that his terrorist network had been unable to effectively ...
Exit strategy7Online.com
In speech, bin Laden is a themePolitico (blog)
Bin Laden was worried about replacing senior al-Qaeda, Obama saysMonsters and Critics.com
IBNLive.com -DAWN.com -GlobalPost (blog)
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Don't put budget cuts above safety of our troops - USA Today


USA Today

Don't put budget cuts above safety of our t roops
USA Today
Although many questions remain about the war in Afghanistan in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death, one thing is certain: Congress shouldn't now reduce the deficit at the expense of our troops risking their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq ("Issues still ...

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Is Obama playing politics with US troops? President to announce withdrawal of ... - Daily Mail


Is Obama playing politics with US troops? President to announce withdrawal of ...
Daily Mail
More than half of Americans want the troops to come home as quickly as possible, a Pew Research poll showed, as interest in the war fades following the death of Al Q aeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Mr Obama is planning to withdraw 10000 troops by the end ...

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President Obama telephones Pakistan's Zardari - AFP


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President Obama telephones Pakistan's Zardari
AFP
Relations between the two countries, wary at the best of times, deteriorated sharply after US Navy SEALs found and killed Osama bin Laden in the Pakistani garrison town of Abbottabad on May 2. "The two leaders agreed to take appropriate steps to repair ...
Osama bin Laden wife to leave Pakistan for YemenThe Guardian
'Pakista nis think Osama's death bad'Hindustan Times
Three dozen visas for CIA officersThe Express Tribune
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Osama's youngest widow to leave Pak, return to Yemen - Times of India


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Osama's youngest widow to leave Pak, return to Ye men
Times of India
ISLAMABAD: Osama bin Laden's youngest wife Amal Ahmed Al-Sadah, who was wounded in the US operation against her husband in Pakistan's Abbottabad town on May 2, will return to her homeland, Yemen, within days, according to media reports. ...
Osama bin Laden wife to leave Pakistan for YemenThe Guardian
'Pakistanis think Osama's death bad'Hindustan Times
President Obama telephones Pakistan's ZardariAFP
msnbc.com -The News International -gulfnews.com
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Ex-soldier's chess sets: Twin Tower rooks, putting Taliban in checkmate - CNN (blog)


Telegraph.co.uk

Ex-soldier's chess sets: Twin Tower rooks, putting Taliban in checkmate
CNN (blog)
Now, a Canadian veteran is sending Chess sets back to the Middle East – with kings modeled after President Barack Obama and Osama bin Laden. Jeff Train, who had been in the Canadian military until 1989, was working as a military contractor in ...
Hawaii's Congress Members React To Troop WithdrawlKITV Honolulu
Taliban chess set' pitting Blair against bin Laden latest craze for troopsTelegraph.co.uk
$1.3 Trillion in War Spending: Now What?ABC News (blog)
PakTribune.com -Gather.com -Military Times (blog)
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Al-Qaida member invested with local firm, US says - Crain's Chicago Business


Al-Qaida member invested with local firm, US says
Crain's Chicago Business
(Crain's) — An al-Qaida member with access to Osama bin Laden invested almost $27 million with a Chicago-based futures broker, an amount that has fallen to less than $7 million because of bad investment moves by an associate, according to a lawsuit ...
Al-Qaida operative invested with Chicago brokerage house in 2005Chicago Tribune

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'Pakistanis think Osama's death bad' - Hindustan Times


The Guardian

'Pakistanis think Osama's death bad'
Hindustan Times
PTI Most Pakistanis do not approve of the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden in their country, with only 14% terming it a good thing and many believing it will have a negative impact on the already tense US-Pak ties, a new survey has found. ...
Osama bin Laden wife to leave Pakistan for YemenThe Guardian
Bin Laden's Yemeni widow to return to her country 'withi n the coming days'gulfnews.com
Poll: Most Pakistanis disapproved of U.S. killing bin LadenCNN International
TIME (blog) -New York Times (blog) -Times of India
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Al-Qaida under new leader Zawahri sees deterioration - Xinhua


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Al-Qaida under new leader Zawahri sees deterioration
Xinhua
Al-Zawahri, a 60-year-old doctor from a prominent Egyptian family, has succeeded Osama bin Laden, killed on May 2 by US force in Pakistan, as head of the global terror network last Thursday. Some analysts described him as the brain of Al-Qaida while ...
Ayman al-Zawahiri's ambition for al-QaidaThe Guardian
Osama Bin Laden 'micr o-managed al-Qaeda like a ranting chief executive'Mirror.co.uk
Al-Qaida's Business Savvy Sows Uncertain FutureVoice of America
Al-Bawaba -Christian Science Monitor&nbs p;-Deccan Herald
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Viewpoint: American reaction to Osama bin Laden's death was disturbing - MLive.com


MLive.com

Viewpoint: American reaction to Osama bin Laden's death was disturbing
MLive.com
By Viewpoint Courtesy of Alex CobernA crowd celebrates outside the White House after getting word late Sunday that Osama bin Laden had been killed. By Emily France Hooray! Wave your flags. The United States is victorious again! Osama bin Laden is dead. ...

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Osama bin Laden wife to leave Pakistan for Yemen - The Guardian


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Osama bin Laden wife to leave Pakistan for Y emen
The Guardian
Osama bin Laden's wife Amal Ahmed al-Sadah. Riyadh officials have confirmed arrangements have been made for her return to Yemen. Amal Ahmed al-Sadah, 29, has been held by security services since US special forces killed Bin Laden, whom she married in ...
Poll: Most Pakistanis disapproved of U.S. killing bin LadenCNN International
'Most Pakistanis think Laden's death bad'Hindustan Times
Pakistanis see India as bigger threat than Taliban, al-Qaida: PollTimes of India
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Pak minister hints Osama behind Benazir murder - Times of India


Pak minister hints Osama behind Benazir murder
Times of India
PTI | Jun 22, 2011, 02.32pm IST ISLAMABAD: Pakistan interior minister Rehman Malik has revealed that al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden was involved in the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. "The assassins and perpetrators of Benazir ...
Benazir's killers to be unmasked if leadership allows: MalikThe News International
Ready to disclose BB's assassins: MalikPakistan Daily Times

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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Book reveals the woman Osama loved - Hindustan Times


Book reveals the woman Osama loved
Hindustan Times
Najwa Bin Laden, slain Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's first wife, was his favourite because she was his only love match. The rest of Osama's wives were arranged - women that he had never met before, says biographer Jean Sasson. ...

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First Wife Najwa was Osama's Only Love Match: Biographer - Daijiworld.com


First Wife Najwa was Osama's Only Love Match: Biographer
Daijiworld.com
New Delhi, June 22 (IANS) Najwa Bin Laden, slain Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's first wife, was his favourite because she was his only love match. The rest of Osama's< /b> wives were arranged - women that he had never met before, ...

Al-Qaida operative invested in Chicago brokerage house - Chicago Tribune


Al-Qaida operative invested in Chicago brokerage house
Chicago Tribune
A key al-Qaida member who had access to Osama bin Laden and allegedly financed terrorism invested millions of dollars with a Chicago futures brokerage firm — and now the US government wants to take control of the ...

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Pakistanis against US raid on Osama: survey - IBNLive.com


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Pakistanis against US raid on Osama: survey
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PTI Islamabad: Most Pakistanis do not approve of the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden in their country, with only 14 per cent terming it a good thing and many believing it will have a negative impact on the already tense US-Pakistan ties, ...
Poll: Most Pakistanis disapproved of U.S. killing bin LadenCNN International
The End of AfPakNew York Times (blog)
Kayani faces no coup threat over Osama raid, says USTimes of India
The Express Tribune -Straits Times -Wall Street Journal
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USS Carl Vinson may host first NCAA game on aircraft carrier - CNN International


CNN International

USS Carl Vinson may host first NCAA game on aircraft carrier
CNN International
The ship launched the first wave of air attacks on al Qaeda and Taliban targets in Afghanistan after September 11, 2001 and most recently it was the ship from which Osama bin Laden was buried at sea. Now the Carl Vinson is on track to make sports ...
NCAA College Basketball on the deck of Bin Laden burial warshipInternational Business Times
Spartans Will Play on Bin Laden ShipWILX-TV
Osama Bin Laden Burial at Sea Carrier, USS Carl Vinson, to Host Michigan State ...SportsRadio 1340 The Fan

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Poll Affirms Grim Views of US in Pakistan - New York Times


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Poll Affirms Grim Views of US in Pakistan
New York Times< /font>
Most Pakistanis disapprove of the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden and think it will have harmful effects on relations between Pakistan and the United States, according to a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research ...
Kayani faces no coup threat over Osama raid, says USTimes of India
Pakistani activist urges civilians to challenge armyReuters
Taliban chess set' pitting Blair against bin Laden latest craze for troopsTelegraph.co.uk
NPR -Foreign Policy -The Nation, Pakistan
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Gilani approves commissions to probe Osama, Shahzad episodes - IBNLive.com


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Gilani approves commissions to probe Osama, Sha hzad episodes
IBNLive.com
PTI | 11:06 PM,Jun 21,2011 From Rezaul H Laskar Islamabad, Jun 21 (PTI) Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani today approved formal proposals for creating two inquiry commissions to probe the failure of authorities to detect Osama bin Laden's presence in ...
Commissions and conclusionsThe Express Tribune
CJ Iftikhar names judges for Shahzad, Abbottabad probe commissionsPakTribune.com
PM approves summaries of Abbottabad and Saleem probe commissionsPakistan Daily Times
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Osama Bin Laden involved in Benazir Bhutto's killing: Pakistan Minister - Economic Times


The Express Tribune

Osama Bin Laden involved in Benazir Bhutto's killing: Pakistan Minister
Economic Times
ISLAMABAD: Osama bin Laden was involved in former premier Benazir Bhutto's assassination and the perpetrators of her murder have been identified, Interior Minister Rehman Malik claimed today. Talking to reporters at the parliament house, Malik claimed ...
Ready to disclose BB's assassins: MalikPakistan Daily Times

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Al-Qaida's Business Savvy Sows Uncertain Future - Voice of America


Al-Qaida's Business Savvy Sows Uncertain Future
Voice of America
Photo: AP Osama bin Laden's second-in-command has taken the helm of al-Qaida, following what many call a "corporate succession plan" charted out by the terrorist group's late leader. This plan illustrates bin Laden's business sense that he picked up ...
Al-Qaida Leadership RebornAlgemeiner

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Taliban chess set' pitting Blair against bin Laden latest craze for troops - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Taliban chess set' pitting Blair against bin Laden latest craze for troops
Telegraph.co.uk
A chess set of Taliban fighters featuring Osama bin Laden as the king and a suicide bomber as the knight is selling hundreds of copies to coalition troops in Afghanistan. By Ben Farmer, Kabul The Terror Chess sets feature hand-painted Taliban militants ...
NPR Host: 'The Taliban Has Never Been an Enemy of the United States'Fox News (blog)
Afghan women look to the futureRadio Netherlands
Talking with the enemyAlbany Times Union (blog)
Gretawire (blog)
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Osama bin Laden involved in Benazir Bhutto's killing: Pakistan - Daily News & Analysis


The Express Tribune

Osama bin Laden involved in Benazir Bhutto's killing: Pakistan
Daily News & Analysis
Place: ISLAMABAD | Agency: PTI Osama bin Laden was involved in former premier Benazir Bhutto's assassination and the perpetrators of her murder have been identified, interior minister Rehman Malik claimed today. Talking to reporters at the parliament ...
'Where is Osama bin laden?' asked BhuttoPress TV
ROVER'S DIARY: Commissions making omissions are commissioned —Babar AyazPakistan Daily Times

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Turtle Bay: Obama versus Osama: guess who the Egyptians prefer? - Foreign Policy


Turtle Bay: Obama versus Osama: guess who the Egyptians prefer?
Foreign Policy
Even Osama Bin Laden, the late al Qaeda leader, was more popular this year, with a 21 percent favorability ranking. The Iranian leader fared worse, dropping from 21 percent favorability rating in 2008 to a mis erable 5 percent. ...

Ayman al-Zawahiri's ambition for al-Qaida - The Guardian


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Ayman al-Zawahiri's ambition for al-Qaida
The Guardian
Al-Qaida is far from finished, despite Osama bin Laden's death. The US must engage more with Arab countries to defeat Salafis Ayman al-Zawahiri: in his video broadcast last week, he made overtures to Taliban leader Mullah Omar – suggesting that ...
Osama Bin Laden 'micro-managed al-Qaeda like a ranting chief executive'Mirror.co.uk
What kind of boss was Osama? A 'ranting chief executive' who argued with ...Al-Bawaba
Osama bin Laden a 'ranting chief executive'Telegraph.co.uk
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