When U.S. commandos stormed Osama bin Laden's compound earlier this month, they spent much of their time on the ground shoving papers, CDs and thumb drives into huge document bags strung around their necks.
Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani delivered an address to the nation that was expected to be an accounting of the security lapse that allowed al-Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden to hide for six years in the garrison town of Abbottabad.
The Pentagon has released clips from five videos confiscated from Osama bin Laden's compound in suburban Pakistan.The video snippets show bin Laden watching coverage of himself on television and rehearsing for terrorist propaganda videos.
Even before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the CIA has had a special unit dedicated to tracking down Osama bin Laden. Now that the al-Qaida leader is dead, the missteps and milestones along the way are becoming chapters of story that finally has an ending.It was a question the U.S.
Al-Qaida has confirmed the death of Osama bin Laden in a fiery, four-page screed that vows revenge.The message, dated May 3 and signed by "the general leadership" of al-Qaida, was just released on Islamic and other websites and warned Americans that their "happiness will turn into sadness."