What would you call an amusement park located in Abbottabad, Pakistan, the city where U.S. Special Forces finally tracked …
Meet the Abbottabad entrepreneur who’s selling off the rubble from the Al Qaeda leader’s demolished compound.
Who needs photos when there’s video evidence?
The original architectural plans for bin Laden’s compound have been made public. (via The Independent)
Is it possible that the dots were connected more than two years ago?
The world was offered a sneak peek Saturday of Osama bin Laden’s “home movies” — videos from inside his Pakistani compound that reveal a frail and weary depiction of the world’s most wanted terrorist. (via ABC News)
Abbottabad is now that unlikely place where America’s most wanted was captured. It may be hard for Westerners to imagine it as anything else. But to Pakistanis, it was just another picturesque mountain town with a lot of …
U.S. officials have told CNN that the identity of the courier who led U.S. special forces to hunt and kill Osama bin Laden was a Kuwaiti named Abu Ahmad.
Sohaib Athar, a resident of Abbottabad, Pakistan, spent Sunday’s wee hours tweeting about helicopters circling overhead and a mysterious blast. Little did he imagine that he was recording the U.S. attack on the world’s most …