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Osama Bin Laden
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Revkin: The Thing that Scared UsBIN LADEN IS DEAD
Qaeda Leader Killed by U.S. Forces in Pakistan
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at the World Trade Center site in New York hung a large flag on Monday after the
announcement of Bin Laden's death.Found in Raid on Compound; Buried at Sea
By PETER BAKER, HELENE COOPER and MARK MAZZETTI 24 minutes ago
President Obama said that Osama bin Laden had been killed in a firefight near Pa
kistan s capital during a targeted operation Mr. Obama ordered.
Obama s Remarks on Killing: Text | Video
Detective Work on Courier Led to Breakthrough
By MARK MAZZETTI and HELENE COOPER 11:15 AM ET
Bin Laden s courier was tracked to a compound so secure, officials guessed it was
built to hide someone important.
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Photos: ReactionOsama bin Laden, 1957-2011
The Most Wanted Face of Terrorism
By KATE ZERNIKE and MICHAEL T. KAUFMAN
With the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Osama bin Laden was elevated to the realm o
f evil in the American imagination once reserved for dictators like Hitler and S
talin.
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International Reaction
Afghans Fear West May See Death as the End
The killing does not necessarily mean an immediate victory over the Taliban, off
icials warned.

In Arab World, Bin Laden s Confused Legacy


A man who once vowed to liberate Arabs was only a footnote in their uprising.
Critical Moment for Arab World
News Analysis
Death Likely to Deepen Suspicions of Pakistan
Questions could be raised about whether the Pakistani spy agency knew of Bin Lad
en s whereabouts.

Relief, Yes, but Apprehension, Too


Some Americans said they were too worried about retaliation to feel relief.
A Victory for Obama
In Arab World, Bin Laden s Confused Legacy
By ANTHONY SHADID and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK 38 minutes ago
A man who once vowed to liberate the Arab world was reduced to a footnote in the
revolutions and uprisings remaking a region.
Afghans Fear West May See Death as the End
By ALISSA J. RUBIN 4:47 AM ET
Senior political figures cautioned that the killing did not necessarily mean an
immediate victory over the Taliban.
Death of Bin Laden Does Not Mean Demise of Al Qaeda 4:28 AM ET
Relief, Yes, but Apprehension About What Happens Next
By SABRINA TAVERNISE AND ELIZABETH A. HARRIS 50 minutes ago
Americans exhaled with a sense of relief, but also had a twinge of foreboding Mo
nday.
News Analysis
In Bin Laden s Death, a Critical Moment for the Arab World
By DAVID E. SANGER 5:43 AM ET
The question now is whether the killing spurs a movement to promote democracy in
the region or fuels the Islamist forces now trying to fill the new power vacuum
in the Arab world.
News Analysis
Bin Laden s Death Likely to Deepen Suspicions of Pakistan
By JANE PERLEZ 8:19 AM ET
The killing seems certain to further inflame tensions with the United States and
raise questions about whether the Pakistani spy agency knew of Bin Laden s wherea
bouts.
Death Doesn t Mean the End of Al Qaeda
By ERIC SCHMITT 5:11 AM ET
Terrorism experts say Bin Laden had been largely a symbolic figure in recent yea
rs who had little if any direct role in a metastasizing terrorist threat worldwi
de.
Killing Draws Praise, but Concern About Reprisals
By ALAN COWELL 11:51 AM ET
World leaders greeted the death of Osama Bin Laden with words of support, temper
ed by concerns about potential reprisals and further attacks.
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By CARL HULSE 12:15 AM ET
Democrats and Republicans agree on the need for controls on deficit spending but
struggle over what they should be.

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