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Osama bin Laden's Yemeni wife claimed the Al-Qaeda kingpin had lived for five years in the compound in Abbottabad where he was shot dead by US commandos,
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Insurgents launched a brazen attack on the governor of Kandahar's home, with explosions heard across the southern Afghan city, at least 11 people wounded
Ouattara took the oath of office, five months after the election that nearly ripped the African nation in two and left hundreds dead
US Administration looking for Pakistani Intelligence elements who were in contact with bin Laden
China, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan conducted a joint anti-terror drill in the restive western region Xinjiang, where anger against Beijing has led to attacks on police
200 people gather to protest the killing of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in Istanbul, Turkey
In a statement on the internet, Al-Qaeda confirms the death of its leader Osama bin Laden and calls on the Pakistani people to rise up
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Ivorian Constitutional Council ratifies Ouattara election win after initial rejection in 2010, security situation improving despite recent clashes
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Hundreds demand the resignation of Azerbaijani education minister over Hijab-ban
First US drone strike after bin Laden operation kills 8 in North Waziristan
The trial of a former Hungarian military leader charges of war crimes starts in Serbia
The covert US mission that killed Osama bin Laden has pushed Pakistani citizens to voice their anger over the blatant breach of their sovereignty that poses their government tricky questions
A Cuban court has sentenced Max Marambio, a longtime friend of Fidel Castro who became a prominent businessman in Cuba
The energetic reaction of many young Americans to Osama bin Laden's death reflects the dark hold and influence of Al-Qaeda over their lives
Security situation in Pakistan after the death of Osama Bin Laden is now worse than before
Britons appear set to reject electoral reform in a referendum that has divided the year-old coalition government and raised doubts about its durability
The special forces raid that killed Osama bin Laden was a major intelligence coup for the US but the fact that Pakistan was kept in the dark reflects American mistrust of the Pakistani military and opens it to criticism
Despite US confirmation of bin Laden's death Taliban remains suspicious
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