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Former State Dept official: 'No Easy Day' is 'cowardly' fiction

Former senior State Department official Steve Pieczenik has blasted 'No Easy Day', the new book about the Osama Bin Laden raid, calling the publisher and military brass "cowards" who created the story to cover up Bin Laden's death years ago.

Book by Navy SEAL contradicts official story of Bin Laden death

Abbottabad - According to an account of Bin Laden's death in a new book by a Navy SEAL involved in the raid, Bin Laden was shot as he poked his head out of a bedroom door. This contradicts the official version which claims he was shot afterwards.

Fox News reveals identity of Navy Seal in bin Laden mission

Fox News revealed the identity of the the former Navy Seal who wrote the book, "No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama bin Laden", prompting death threats from al-Qaeda.

Pakistan to allow CIA forensic inspection of bin Laden compound

Washington - Amid deteriorating relations between Pakistan and the US, a CIA forensics team is being allowed to examine the Osama bin Laden compound, using a host of sophisticated equipment to clear the site of items left behind in the raid early this month.

Cheney ‘strong supporter’ of waterboarding, should be reinstated

Washington - Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday said the ban of waterboarding used on detainees for obtaining information should be reinstated and claimed his is a "strong supporter" of the practice that most all human rights organizations label as torture.

US military raid on Bin Laden was reported live on Twitter

Abbottabad - The secret military raid on Osama Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan was inadvertently revealed to the world in a live Twitter feed. The user @ReallyVirtual now has almost 80,000 followers.

US Republican presidential hopeful rejoices over bin Laden death

Washington - In the wake of Osama bin Laden’s reported death, many Republican leaders in the US have been constrained in their statements, but some have issued comments certain to stoke the terrorist fire, chief among them being presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee.

Downing Street issues Bin Laden statement

UK Prime Minister David Cameron issued a statement this afternoon regarding the death of Osama Bin Laden, the FBI's most wanted man.
 

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