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Article: Death of Osama bin Laden
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|Result = Osama bin Laden's body buried in [[North Arabian Sea]]
 
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'''[[Osama bin Laden]]''', the former head of the [[Islamism|Islamist]] militant group [[al-Qaeda]] known for the [[September 11 attacks]], was killed in [[Pakistan]] on May 2, 2011, shortly after 1&nbsp;am [[Pakistan Standard Time|local time]]<ref name="waposurveil"/><ref>{{cite news|author=Cooper, Helene|title=Obama Announces Killing of Osama bin Laden|date=May 1, 2011|url=http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/05/01/bin-laden-dead-u-s-official-says/|work=The New York Times|accessdate=May 1, 2011}}</ref> by [[Navy SEALs]] of the [[United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group]] (also known as DEVGRU or SEAL Team Six). The operation, code-named '''Operation Neptune Spear''', was ordered by United States President [[Barack Obama]] and carried out in a [[Central Intelligence Agency]]-led operation. In addition to DEVGRU, participating units included the U.S. Army's [[160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne)]] and CIA operatives.<ref name="deadlyraid"/><ref name="CIAled"/> The raid on [[Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad|bin Laden's compound]] in [[Abbottabad]], Pakistan was launched from Afghanistan.<ref name="aftermath"/> After the raid, U.S. forces took bin Laden's body to [[Afghanistan]] for identification, then buried it at sea within 24 hours of his death.<ref name="ref-5"/>
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'''[[Osama bin Laden]]''', the former head of the [[Islamism|Islamist]] militant group [[al-Qaeda]] known for the [[September 11 attacks]], was allegedly killed in [[Pakistan]] on May 2, 2011, shortly after 1&nbsp;am [[Pakistan Standard Time|local time]]<ref name="waposurveil"/><ref>{{cite news|author=Cooper, Helene|title=Obama Announces Killing of Osama bin Laden|date=May 1, 2011|url=http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/05/01/bin-laden-dead-u-s-official-says/|work=The New York Times|accessdate=May 1, 2011}}</ref> by [[Navy SEALs]] of the [[United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group]] (also known as DEVGRU or SEAL Team Six). The operation, code-named '''Operation Neptune Spear''', was ordered by United States President [[Barack Obama]] and carried out in a [[Central Intelligence Agency]]-led operation. In addition to DEVGRU, participating units included the U.S. Army's [[160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne)]] and CIA operatives.<ref name="deadlyraid"/><ref name="CIAled"/> The raid on [[Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad|bin Laden's compound]] in [[Abbottabad]], Pakistan was launched from Afghanistan.<ref name="aftermath"/> After the raid, U.S. forces took bin Laden's body to [[Afghanistan]] for identification, then buried it at sea within 24 hours of his death.<ref name="ref-5"/>
   
 
Al-Qaeda confirmed the death on May 6 with posts made on militant websites, vowing to avenge the killing.<ref name="revenge"/> Other Pakistani militant groups, including the [[Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan]], also vowed retaliation against the U.S. and against Pakistan for not preventing the operation.<ref>Varun Vira and Anthony Cordesman, "[http://www.scribd.com/doc/70694522/Pakistan-Violence-Versus-Stability Pakistan: Violence versus Stability]," Center for Strategic and International Studies, July 25, 2011.</ref> Bin Laden's killing was generally favorably received by U.S. public opinion;<ref>{{cite web |url= http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1978/poll-osama-bin-laden-death-reaction-obama-bush-military-cia-credit-first-heard-news |title=Public 'Relieved' By bin Laden's Death, Obama's Job Approval Rises| publisher=Pew Research Center |year=2011 |accessdate=May 19, 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.gallup.com/poll/147395/Americans-Back-Bin-Laden-Mission-Credit-Military-CIA.aspx |title=Americans Back Bin Laden Mission; Credit Military, CIA Most |first=Frank |last=Newport |publisher=Gallup |year=2011 |accessdate=May 19, 2011}}</ref> was welcomed by the United Nations, NATO, the European Union, and a large number of governments;<ref name="ref-16"/> but was condemned by some, including [[Fidel Castro]] of Cuba<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.granma.cu/ingles/reflections-i/5mayo-The%20murder.html |title=Reflections of Fidel – The murder of Osama Bin Laden| publisher=granma.cu |year=2011 |accessdate=June 22, 2011}}</ref> and [[Ismail Haniyeh]], the head of the [[Hamas]] administration of the [[Gaza Strip]].<ref name="ref-60"/> Legal and ethical aspects of the killing, such as his not being taken alive despite being unarmed, were questioned by others, including [[Amnesty International]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Questions around operation against Osama bin Laden|url=http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/questions-around-operation-against-osama-bin-laden-2011-05-04|accessdate=May 6, 2011}}</ref> Also controversial was the decision to not release any photographic or DNA evidence of bin Laden's death to the public.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.ap.org/foi/foi_092711a.htm|title=US tells court bin Laden photos must stay secret|author=Richard Lardner|agency=Associated Press|date=Sept 27, 2011}}{{Dead link|date=May 2012}}</ref>
 
Al-Qaeda confirmed the death on May 6 with posts made on militant websites, vowing to avenge the killing.<ref name="revenge"/> Other Pakistani militant groups, including the [[Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan]], also vowed retaliation against the U.S. and against Pakistan for not preventing the operation.<ref>Varun Vira and Anthony Cordesman, "[http://www.scribd.com/doc/70694522/Pakistan-Violence-Versus-Stability Pakistan: Violence versus Stability]," Center for Strategic and International Studies, July 25, 2011.</ref> Bin Laden's killing was generally favorably received by U.S. public opinion;<ref>{{cite web |url= http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1978/poll-osama-bin-laden-death-reaction-obama-bush-military-cia-credit-first-heard-news |title=Public 'Relieved' By bin Laden's Death, Obama's Job Approval Rises| publisher=Pew Research Center |year=2011 |accessdate=May 19, 2011}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.gallup.com/poll/147395/Americans-Back-Bin-Laden-Mission-Credit-Military-CIA.aspx |title=Americans Back Bin Laden Mission; Credit Military, CIA Most |first=Frank |last=Newport |publisher=Gallup |year=2011 |accessdate=May 19, 2011}}</ref> was welcomed by the United Nations, NATO, the European Union, and a large number of governments;<ref name="ref-16"/> but was condemned by some, including [[Fidel Castro]] of Cuba<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.granma.cu/ingles/reflections-i/5mayo-The%20murder.html |title=Reflections of Fidel – The murder of Osama Bin Laden| publisher=granma.cu |year=2011 |accessdate=June 22, 2011}}</ref> and [[Ismail Haniyeh]], the head of the [[Hamas]] administration of the [[Gaza Strip]].<ref name="ref-60"/> Legal and ethical aspects of the killing, such as his not being taken alive despite being unarmed, were questioned by others, including [[Amnesty International]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Questions around operation against Osama bin Laden|url=http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/questions-around-operation-against-osama-bin-laden-2011-05-04|accessdate=May 6, 2011}}</ref> Also controversial was the decision to not release any photographic or DNA evidence of bin Laden's death to the public.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.ap.org/foi/foi_092711a.htm|title=US tells court bin Laden photos must stay secret|author=Richard Lardner|agency=Associated Press|date=Sept 27, 2011}}{{Dead link|date=May 2012}}</ref>
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Reporter: Mark (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 11th of May 2016 at 09:46:19 PM
Status: Reported
Tuesday, the 17th of July 2012 at 07:29:54 AM #86714
Anonymous (anonymous)

There was no evidence provided that the killed person was actually Osama Bin Laden.

Wednesday, the 11th of May 2016 at 09:46:19 PM #104273
Mark (anonymous)

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