A vast multinational construction conglomeraterun by Osama bin Laden's brother, and founded by his father, is facing street protests after it failed to pay wages to tens of thousands of its employees for months. On Saturday, seven buses were ... Washington Post, 1 hour ago
Washington- The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) spokesman Ryan Trapani, in the past few days, defended the agency's tweeted details posted in commemoration of five years marking the takedown of al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden. Speaking to ...Asharq Al Awsat, 3 hours ago Pakistani doctor who helped find bin Laden still languishing in jail France24, 6 hours ago Went ahead with Osama ops though odds were 50/50, says US President Obama First Post.com, 7 hours ago Laden's location was too much to be coincidence, Pak leaders were aware: Hillary Clinton DNA, 9 hours ago
Pakistan has rapped US presidential candidate Donald Trump for his ignorance in demanding the release of a doctor who helped track Osama bin Laden, saying his fate will be decided by the country's courts. Trump's remarks about Shakeel Afridi, who ...Hindustan Times, 2 hours ago Pakistan calls Donald Trump ignorant after Bin Laden comments Washington Post, 18 hours ago Pakistan brands Trump ignorant after comments on bin Laden doctor Global Times, 2 hours ago Saudi Arabia: Construction firm founded by Osama bin Laden's father lays off 50,000 foreign workers International Business Times UK, 1 day ago
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama had decided the US would go alone in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden because Pakistan's trustworthiness was questionable due to their "close relationship" with various terrorist networks, former CIA director ...The Nation Pakistan, 6 hours ago Pak's trustworthiness questioned for bin Laden raid: Former CIA director Chandigarh Tribune, 6 hours ago US worked solo on bin Laden operation as it was unsure about Pak's loyalties: Former CIA director International Business Times India, 7 hours ago Didn't know if US could trust Pak: Ex-CIA director on Osama raid Hindustan Times, 8 hours ago
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan angrily criticised Donald Trump, frontrunner for the U.S. Republican presidential nomination, for saying he would force the country to free a jailed Pakistani doctor believed to have helped the CIA hunt down al Qaeda leader Osama ...Times of India, 12 hours ago Pakistan raps Trump over vow to free doctor who helped track bin Laden (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia, 1 day ago Trump vows to free doc who helped track Osama Independent On Saturday, 6 hours ago Pakistan Raps Donald Trump Over Vow To Free Doctor Who Helped Track Bin Laden NDTV, 12 hours ago
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Five years after U.S. Navy SEALs killed the most wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, the threat posed by violent extremists to global security is far from receding.
WASHINGTON, May 2 (Xinhua) -- Though the death of bin Laden, nearly a decade after his group al-Qaeda attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2011, was then hailed by U.S. President Barack Obama as "the most significant achievement to date" in U.S.Xinhua News Agency, 19 hours ago Bin Laden's Legacy: How Killing the Terrorist Didn't End the Terror Sputnik, 22 hours ago Spotlight: U.S. dragged deeper into anti-terror war five years after bin Laden's death China.org.cn, 19 hours ago Osama Bin Laden: Five Years After Death, Terror Threats Stronger Than Ever Inquisitr, 1 day ago
AFP A copy of "No Easy Day", an account of the killing of Osama Bin Laden on May 2, 2011 by the Navy SEALs who executed the mission is seen in 2012 in New York City. Picture: Spencer Platt//AFP New York - They are supposedly bound by a code of ...Independent On Saturday, 8 hours ago Navy SEALs Grab Limelight In Years Since Bin Laden Death NDTV, 14 hours ago
The White House has released new footage from the hours before and after the Osama binCNN, 8 hours ago New White House footage from time of the bin Laden raid CNN, 13 hours ago
'Sighed with relief only after Osama Bin Laden's body reached Afghanistan' - Barack Obama in candid interview
Speaking candidly about the severity of the risks involved in the operation to take out 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, United States President Barack Obama said that it was only after the terrorist's dead body landed on Afghan soil safely did the ...Zee News, 10 hours ago Sighed with relief only after Bin Laden's body reached Afghanistan: Obama Yahoo! India, 13 hours ago
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U.S. President Barack Obama has said that he wanted to send Navy SEALs into Pakistan to strike at Osama bin Laden but waited until all members of his team had a chance to have their say. President Obama and key members of his inner circle spoke to CNN's Peter ...Sify, 9 hours ago US bats for Osama doc to train guns at Pakistan Times of India, 15 hours ago Obama wanted to raid OBL hideout before May 2 Frontier Post, 10 hours ago
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