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The Pentagon general counsel threatened legal action Thursday against a former Navy SEAL who wrote a revealing book about last year's Osama bin Laden raid, warning him he has violated secrecy agreements and broken federal law.

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Release date moved up for SEAL's book on bin Laden raidupdated: Tue Aug 28 2012 21:57:00

The publisher of a firsthand account of the raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden said Tuesday it was moving up its release date by one week to September 4.

Navy SEAL writes book on Bin Laden raidupdated: Fri Aug 24 2012 07:56:00

CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the Navy SEAL who has written a book with details on the Bin Laden raid.

Navy SEAL to release book on bin Laden raid, publishing company saysupdated: Thu Aug 23 2012 19:08:00

A book company said Wednesday that it will release on September 11 a firsthand account of the raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

Bin Laden raid hurts polio campaignupdated: Fri Jul 27 2012 17:40:00

Pakistan's faltering fight to end a crippling disease is now hurt by the raid on the OBL compound. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.

The very model of a successful bin Laden raidupdated: Wed May 16 2012 17:27:00

Inside the Pentagon there are historical displays for almost everything the military has done dating back to this country's Revolutionary War. There are also models of all kinds: planes, trucks, missiles, ships and submarines.

Finding bin Laden -- more Agatha Christie than '24'updated: Fri May 11 2012 12:02:00

In a new book, a "60 Minutes" interview and other recent public statements, Jose Rodriguez, a three-decade veteran of the CIA who rose to become head of the National Clandestine Service, has stoutly defended the CIA's use of coercive interrogation techniques on al Qaeda detainees.

Bin Laden's plan to kill Obamaupdated: Fri May 04 2012 15:29:00

Some of the documents seized during the raid on bin Laden's compound have been posted online, CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

Readers' fiery reaction to bin Laden lettersupdated: Fri May 04 2012 15:29:00

More than 2,700 CNN readers have shared what they think of Osama bin Laden's letters which were released Thursday.

Would any president have made the call to kill bin Laden? updated: Fri May 04 2012 11:56:00

At a campaign event Monday in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney asserted that he too would have made the decision to send a U.S. Navy SEAL team to kill Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan, telling reporters, "Of course, even Jimmy Carter would have given that order."

Bin Laden's letters reveal a terrorist losing controlupdated: Fri May 04 2012 11:18:00

A trove of never-before-seen letters by Osama bin Laden portray the terrorist leader as an irritated boss chiding his underlings for mistakes yet sure that they could pull off elaborate attacks against the United States.

The Osama bin Laden documentsupdated: Thu May 03 2012 11:23:00

Scores of pages of al Qaeda documents seized in last year's U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden were released Thursday.

Exclusive access to bin Laden's compoundupdated: Thu May 03 2012 07:37:00

Peter Bergen was the only journalist allowed in the al Qaeda leader's compound. He describes what he saw and learned.

A visit to Osama bin Laden's lairupdated: Thu May 03 2012 07:37:00

We climbed the stairs to the third floor, where Osama bin Laden died early in the morning of May 2, 2011. I stepped into the bedroom where he was killed and looked up at the ceiling, where you could still see the patterns of blood that had spurted from bin Laden's head when the bullet fired by a U.S. Navy SEAL tore through the terrorist leader's face.

Bin Laden: Seized documents show delusional leader and micromanagerupdated: Thu May 03 2012 07:33:00

There is no better way for historians to assess Osama bin Laden's thinking and the real state of al Qaeda as it was understood by its leaders in the years after 9/11 than the "treasure trove" of more than 6,000 documents that were recovered by the U.S. Navy SEALs who raided bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, a year ago.

GOP's 'faux anger' is all the rageupdated: Wed May 02 2012 18:14:00

You would think that President Obama's surprise trip to Afghanistan yesterday and speech to the troops would have quieted -- at least for one night -- the latest installment of the GOP's "Faux Anger Chronicles." While most of the president's critics were silent or praised him for the trip, others didn't disappoint in following along with the fad.

Should Obama boast of his success on bin Laden?updated: Tue May 01 2012 12:31:00

Politics is a contact sport, and presidents tend to get tackled on every play, even the ones they've executed perfectly.

The cult of Osama bin Ladenupdated: Tue May 01 2012 10:18:00

CNN's Matthew Chance takes a look at the cult of bin Laden, and how al Qaeda is faring a year since his killing

Bin Laden documents to go online Thursdayupdated: Tue May 01 2012 10:18:00

For the first time, the general public will be able to see a number of the 6,000-plus documents seized in last year's raid on Osama bin Laden's compound.

No 'specific, credible threats' ahead of bin Laden anniversaryupdated: Mon Apr 30 2012 21:56:00

Authorities have "no indication of any specific, credible threats or plots" against the United States as a result of the one-year anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden, a Department of Homeland Security spokesman said Monday.

Bin Laden death enters U.S. politicsupdated: Mon Apr 30 2012 17:01:00

CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the political stir from an Obama campaign ad spotlighting the killing of Osama bin Laden.

Where in the world ... ?updated: Mon Apr 30 2012 14:30:00

[Updated 2:30 p.m. Monday, April 30] This is a view of Abbottabad, the town in northwest Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was killed one year ago this week.

Crowley: Playing politics with bin Ladenupdated: Mon Apr 30 2012 10:56:00

It was probably only a matter of time -- about 365 days, in fact -- before the death of Osama bin Laden got into the political groundwater of 2012.

Is White House overselling impact of bin Laden's death?updated: Mon Apr 30 2012 10:24:00

An aggressive public relations offensive by the White House, celebrating the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death, is kicking up a hot political fuss. But are we arguing over the wrong question?

Time editor on new bin Laden raid detailupdated: Sun Apr 29 2012 20:54:00

Time Magazine's Michael Crowley shares new information from the latest cover story on the hunt for Osama bin Laden.

Bin Laden's death brought 9/11 'closure'updated: Sun Apr 29 2012 20:54:00

It's not often that the White House holds a news conference late on a Sunday night. Especially an unscheduled one.

Panetta: 'No kind of silver bullet' to destroy al Qaedaupdated: Sat Apr 28 2012 04:37:00

Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta says there is no question that the United States is safer with Osama bin Laden, the architect of al Qaeda, dead, but contends there is no "silver bullet" to destroy the terror network.

Deported bin Laden widows, daughters go to Saudi Arabiaupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 10:11:00

Fourteen members of Osama bin Laden's family were deported to Saudi Arabia from Pakistan Friday, less than a week ahead of the first anniversary of his death at the hands of U.S. commandos.

Bin Laden's widows, daughters deportedupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 10:11:00

Fourteen members of slain al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's family were deported Thursday night to Saudi Arabia.

Federal judge blocks release of bin Laden death photosupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 05:26:00

A federal judge has turned aside calls to publicly release video and photographs of the U.S. military raid and aftermath that left al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden dead.

Deported bin Laden widows, daughters leaving for Saudi Arabiaupdated: Thu Apr 26 2012 21:46:00

Pakistan's deportation of 14 members of Osama bin Laden's family to Saudi Arabia occurred just one week shy of the first anniversary of his death at the hands of U.S. commandos.

Bin Laden's widows to be deported from Pakistanupdated: Fri Apr 13 2012 09:58:00

Pakistan will deport the widows and children of terrorism mastermind Osama bin Laden to Saudi Arabia next week, their attorney said Friday.

Clinton: Bin Laden raid 'intense, tense'updated: Fri Apr 13 2012 09:58:00

Hillary Clinton recounts the mood at the White House during the bin Laden raid and the public celebration that followed.

Court sentences 5 bin Laden relatives for living illegally in Pakistanupdated: Mon Apr 02 2012 19:38:00

A Pakistani judge sentenced Osama bin Laden's three widows and two daughters on Monday to 45 days of house detention for living illegally in Pakistan, the widows' lawyer said.

Pakistan fires doctor who helped CIA to hunt bin Ladenupdated: Fri Mar 30 2012 20:40:00

Pakistan has fired a doctor who helped the CIA to hunt Osama bin Laden, a senior government official told CNN.

Bergen: bin Laden 'focused' on Obamaupdated: Fri Mar 30 2012 20:40:00

Terrorism analyst Peter Bergen says Osama bin Laden was "focused" on President Obama and worried about al Qaeda's image.

Widow tells how bin Laden lived on the runupdated: Fri Mar 30 2012 20:36:00

Osama bin Laden spent years on the run in Pakistan after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, moving from one safe house to another and fathering four children, at least one of whom was born in a government hospital, his youngest widow has told Pakistani investigators.

Bin Laden's final days -- big plans, deep fearsupdated: Mon Mar 19 2012 15:05:00

Tapping away at his computer in the study of the suburban compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that he called home for the last years of his life, Osama bin Laden wrote memos urging his followers to continue to try to attack the United States, suggesting, for instance, they mount assassination attempts against President Obama and Gen. David Petraeus.

Bin Laden's widows face legal actionupdated: Mon Mar 12 2012 12:45:00

Authorities in Pakistan have launched legal proceedings against three widows of Osama Bin Laden. Reza Sayah reports.

CNN at SXSW: Tweeting the bin Laden raidupdated: Mon Mar 12 2012 05:33:00

Sohaib Athar, the IT consultant who tweeted the Osama bin Laden raid, is a guest at the CNN Grill at South by Southwest.

Pakistan tears down bin Laden compoundupdated: Sat Feb 25 2012 17:49:00

Osama bin Laden's hideout is being demolished, bringing an end to a symbol of American resolve and Pakistani frustration over how the operation was conducted.

Official: Pakistan yet to decide on charges against doctor in bin Laden raidupdated: Mon Jan 30 2012 08:36:00

Pakistan has not yet decided whether to try a Pakistani doctor for high treason for assisting the United States in gathering intelligence ahead of the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound, a senior Pakistani government official said Monday.

Panetta concerned about doctor who helped in bin Laden raidupdated: Sun Jan 29 2012 09:24:00

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is acknowledging publicly the key role a Pakistani doctor who assisted the United States ahead of the strike on Osama bin Laden's compound last May that killed the terrorism mastermind.

Rockets fired at Pakistani military schoolupdated: Fri Jan 27 2012 05:58:00

Nine rockets were fired at the Pakistan Military Academy Kakul Friday about 500 meters from the infamous compound of Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad, Syed Imtiaz, Hussain Shah a senior police official said.

Just Google it! Questions dumb people ask onlineupdated: Wed Jan 25 2012 15:56:00

The online realm is replete with a vast cornucopia of information, just waiting to provide the hungry masses with nourishing nuggets of knowledge -- or (as in "The Hunger Games") scary-ass weapons of mass destruction.

Expectations vs. reality on the groundupdated: Fri Dec 16 2011 08:09:00

CNN's John Vause interviews Ken Robinson on the war and the war-weary on the 10th anniversary of the Afghan war.

Dynamic 2011 events to shape world for years to comeupdated: Fri Dec 16 2011 08:09:00

From the Arab Spring to a global economic crisis to the killing of Osama bin Laden, 2011 has been defined by historic and dynamic events that will shape the world in the years ahead.

Was Pakistan tipped off to bin Laden raid?updated: Tue Dec 06 2011 05:54:00

Big events do not always have big causes. The British once went to war over an injury to a sea captain's ear. And today's Pakistan may collapse into military rule because of one man's eagerness to read his name in the newspaper and see his face on TV.

Bin Laden bread a hit for Malawi bakersupdated: Wed Nov 30 2011 12:17:00

Naming a product after the world's most notorious terrorist may not seem like a surefire route to commercial success.

Powell talks bin Laden, Occupyupdated: Thu Nov 17 2011 05:23:00

CNN's Piers Morgan talks to Colin Powell about bin Laden's death, Occupy Wall Street and President Obama.

Graphic take on bin Laden raidupdated: Thu Nov 03 2011 10:15:00

Stealth helicopters zoom toward a mystery compound in northern Pakistan, intent on capturing or killing the most wanted man in the world. Under cover of night they reach their target, but within moments one chopper is down and the mission is in jeopardy.

9/11 anniversary terror threatupdated: Sat Sep 10 2011 07:58:00

CNN's Susan Candiotti examines stepped-up security based on "credible" reports of a possible terror plot.

Pay attention to terror threatsupdated: Sat Sep 10 2011 07:58:00

There are many lessons to be learned from our experiences before and after 9/11. One lesson is that when you get a wake-up call...Wake Up! We received many wake-up calls from Osama bin Laden before 9/11.

Lights! Camera! Controversy! Film on bin Laden raid raises questionsupdated: Wed Aug 10 2011 17:10:00

Kathryn Bigelow, who made the Oscar-winning movie "The Hurt Locker" on the Iraq war, is in the preliminary stages of making a movie about the killing of Osama bin Laden and has gotten access to top White House, Pentagon and CIA officials about the raid.

The men who got bin Ladenupdated: Mon Aug 08 2011 05:38:00

What went into the making and training of Navy SEAL team six? CNN's Chris Lawrence found out.

Bin Laden had plot to kill Obama?updated: Fri Jul 15 2011 19:46:00

Documents in bin Laden compound speak of plan to attack Obama, as CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

Documents in bin Laden compound speak of plan to attack Obamaupdated: Fri Jul 15 2011 19:46:00

Documents recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan show that al Qaeda spoke of attacking President Barack Obama and Gen. David Petraeus, a source familiar with the materials recovered from the compound said Friday.

Report: CIA organized vaccination drive for DNA from bin Laden homeupdated: Tue Jul 12 2011 11:58:00

Pakistani security forces have detained a doctor who is suspected of helping the CIA try to collect DNA samples from people who lived in Osama bin Laden's compound before the terrorist leader's death.

Life after bin Laden in Pakistanupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 13:18:00

Since 2006, Vice has closely followed and chronicled the growing political turmoil in Pakistan, when founder Suroosh Alvi visited the infamous gun market of Darra Adamkhel.

What's on bin Laden courier's phone?updated: Fri Jun 24 2011 10:13:00

CNN's Nic Robertson discusses the cell phone recovered by the U.S. during the Osama bin Laden raid.

Militant group did not help Osama bin Laden, source saysupdated: Fri Jun 24 2011 10:13:00

A member of a Pakistani-based militant group is denying a New York Times report that a cellphone found during the raid of Osama bin Laden's compound contains information that links his group to bin Laden.

Poll: Most Pakistanis disapproved of U.S. killing bin Ladenupdated: Tue Jun 21 2011 21:11:00

Most Pakistanis told pollsters they disapproved of the U.S. military operation that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and the direction their country was headed, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center.

Sources: Pakistan knew about increased U.S. activity ahead of raidupdated: Sat Jun 18 2011 17:03:00

Pakistan was aware of increased U.S. intelligence activity in the country weeks before the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in May, an Arab diplomat with direct knowledge of the events and a senior Pakistani official told CNN Saturday.

Bin Laden charges formally droppedupdated: Fri Jun 17 2011 14:18:00

The United States has formally dropped criminal charges against former al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, who was killed in a U.S. military raid in Pakistan last month.

Pakistan arrests several who helped CIA in bin Laden caseupdated: Thu Jun 16 2011 09:39:00

Pakistan's intelligence agency has detained several people who gave information to the United States before the U.S. killed Osama bin Laden, officials in Pakistan said Wednesday.

Key al Qaeda operative praises bin Laden in new videoupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 18:57:00

A new video message was released Wednesday from key al Qaeda figure Ayman al-Zawahiri, the man who was once second in command of the organization under Osama bin Laden.

Afghanistan after bin Ladenupdated: Thu Jun 02 2011 07:38:00

CNN's Chris Lawrence reports on whether the Taliban will break ties with Afghanistan now that Osama bin Laden is dead.

Official: Forces arrest bin Laden associate in Afghanistanupdated: Thu Jun 02 2011 07:38:00

A former associate of Osama bin Laden, described by authorities as a "Pakistan-based attack planner," has been arrested in Afghanistan, a spokesman for the NATO-led coalition said Thursday.

CIA team allowed to examine bin Laden compoundupdated: Thu May 26 2011 19:36:00

A CIA team of forensics specialists has been granted permission by the Pakistani government to visit the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed, to search for possibly hidden or buried documents, a U.S. official confirms to CNN.

U.S. military mission that killed bin Laden to be made into a movieupdated: Wed May 25 2011 14:24:00

The U.S. military's black ops mission resulting in Osama bin Laden's death this month will be the subject of a movie by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal, who both worked on best picture-winning "The Hurt Locker," Columbia Pictures said Wednesday.

New alleged al Qaeda tape slams NATO actionsupdated: Sat May 21 2011 23:51:00

A jihadist website on Saturday posted an audio message purportedly from key al Qaeda figure Ayman al-Zawahiri.

Obama thanks intelligence workers for bin Laden missionupdated: Fri May 20 2011 15:30:00

President Barack Obama visited the Central Intelligence Agency's headquarters in Langley, Virginia, on Friday to thank operatives at the CIA and elsewhere for their work in tracking down Osama bin Laden.

Bin Laden death means possible power struggle in al Qaedaupdated: Thu May 19 2011 11:10:00

Osama bin Laden's sudden elimination created a leadership void for al Qaeda, setting up a possible power struggle involving the organization's various factions, CNN sources and analysts say.

Purported bin Laden audio releasedupdated: Thu May 19 2011 09:29:00

Osama bin Laden is purported to praise uprisings that took place in North Africa on tape. CNN'S Eliot Spitzer reports

Websites air audio purportedly recorded by Osama bin Ladenupdated: Thu May 19 2011 09:29:00

Radical Islamic websites Wednesday posted an Arab Spring audio message purportedly recorded by Osama bin Laden shortly before he was killed.

Bin Laden raid 'humiliating' to Pakistanupdated: Wed May 18 2011 22:43:00

Sec. Gates and Adm. Mullen say the raid on bin Laden's compound is humbling and humiliating to Pakistan's military.

Yemeni al Qaeda angles for power after bin Laden's death, source saysupdated: Wed May 18 2011 13:00:00

The Yemeni wing of al Qaeda is trying to position itself for greater power and influence, a sign of an evolving power struggle in the militant group since the killing of Osama bin Laden, a U.S. official told CNN Wednesday.

Bin Laden's money trailupdated: Tue May 17 2011 19:23:00

The raid on Osama bin Laden's house revealed a financial trail, as CNN's Stan Grant reports.

U.S. official: Bin Laden communicated with Yemen-based terror groupupdated: Tue May 17 2011 14:50:00

Materials taken from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan confirm that the al Qaeda leader communicated with the Yemen-based group al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, according to a U.S. official familiar with the ongoing U.S. analysis of the documents.

Cleric walks in bin Laden's footstepsupdated: Tue May 17 2011 02:04:00

CNN's Stan Grant profiles a revered Pakistani Taliban cleric once jailed for leading a shootout at a radical mosque.

U.S. contradicts Taliban leader on bin Laden visitsupdated: Mon May 16 2011 15:39:00

Visits by outsiders to the Osama bin Laden compound were "few and far between," a U.S. official said.

U.S. drone strikes pick up after Osama bin Laden's deathupdated: Mon May 16 2011 14:38:00

The United States has sent drones to strike at suspected militants in Pakistan five times in the last 11 days, nearly triple the pace prior to the successful May 1 raid to kill Osama bin Laden.

Bin Laden's other victims: Stories from decades of terrorupdated: Mon May 16 2011 13:41:00

An Australian roofer is enjoying beers with pals when an explosion rips off most of his calf. A mother in Florida would like to tell her son about Osama bin Laden's death, except her son, too, is dead. A Texas woman, blinded by a blast in Kenya, marvels at the irony of fate.

Gates praises Obama's call on bin Laden raidupdated: Mon May 16 2011 05:50:00

President Barack Obama's decision to order a raid against Osama bin Laden in Pakistan was a courageous and gutsy call, said U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

Bin Laden's unreleased messageupdated: Mon May 16 2011 05:50:00

CNN's Hala Gorani tells John King about bin Laden's video and its connection to the Arab uprisings.

Pakistan's parliament condemns U.S. raid, threatens sanctionsupdated: Sat May 14 2011 09:24:00

Pakistan's parliament threatened Saturday to cut off access to a facility used by NATO forces to ferry troops into Afghanistan, signaling a growing rift that began when U.S. commandos killed Osama bin Laden during a raid on a Pakistani compound.

Unreleased bin Laden audio message called 'puzzling'updated: Fri May 13 2011 19:48:00

An unreleased audio message from Osama bin Laden, produced in late April, days before his death, in which he talks in support of the so-called "Arab Spring," was seized at the compound during the U.S. raid, according to a U.S. official.

Conservative group sues over bin Laden death photosupdated: Fri May 13 2011 18:28:00

A conservative legal watchdog group has filed the first lawsuit seeking public release of video and photographs of the U.S. military raid and aftermath that left al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden dead.

Justice Stevens says bin Laden killing legally justifiedupdated: Fri May 13 2011 18:14:00

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has voiced support for the killing of al Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces, saying it was legally justified.

Source: SEALs wore helmet-mounted cameras in bin Laden raidupdated: Fri May 13 2011 17:22:00

Members of the U.S. Navy SEAL team that attacked Osama bin Laden's Pakistani compound were wearing helmet-mounted digital cameras that recorded the mission, a U.S. military official told CNN Friday.

U.S. interviews 'hostile' bin Laden widows, with Pakistan officialsupdated: Fri May 13 2011 12:05:00

Three of Osama bin Laden's widows have been interviewed by U.S. intelligence officers under the supervision of Pakistani's intelligence service, according to sources in both governments.

U.S. grills 'hostile' bin Laden wivesupdated: Fri May 13 2011 12:05:00

Three of Osama bin Laden's wives have been interrogated by U.S. intelligence officers, according to government sources.

Somali militant group vows revenge for bin Laden deathupdated: Fri May 13 2011 06:43:00

At a memorial held to honor Osama bin Laden, a Somali militant group affiliated with al Qaeda said this week it will avenge his death.

McCain on bin Laden photos: 'No doubt'updated: Fri May 13 2011 02:57:00

Sen. John McCain tells CNN's John King his reaction to seeing pictures of the dead al Qaeda leader.

More lawmakers want photos of bin Laden's body releasedupdated: Fri May 13 2011 02:57:00

Two U.S. lawmakers joined the call Thursday for the release of photos of Osama bin Laden's body after seeing the images themselves.

Officials: Bin Laden 'complacent' in Pakistan, no sign of escape planupdated: Fri May 13 2011 00:12:00

U.S. officials say several key indicators bolster their initial impression that Osama bin Laden had a support network in Pakistan that resulted in his staying in one location for the past several years, feeling comfortable he would not get caught.

Osama bin Laden's 40 minutesupdated: Fri May 13 2011 00:12:00

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh investigates the time Pakistanis took to respond after U.S. forces raided bin Laden's compound.

Inside Osama bin Laden's journalupdated: Thu May 12 2011 11:14:00

CNN's Anderson Cooper talks with Jeanne Meserve and Frances Townsend about secrets in Osama bin Laden's diary.

Bin Laden was communicating with other terrorists, U.S. official saysupdated: Thu May 12 2011 11:14:00

Data and documents taken from the compound show that messages from Osama bin Laden did make it out of the compound to other members of al Qaeda, a U.S. official says.

Eulogies and fury: Jihadists eager to avenge bin Laden's deathupdated: Thu May 12 2011 11:12:00

From Morocco to the foothills of the Himalayas, the call for revenge echoes across the internet. Online forums associated with al Qaeda overflow with eulogies for Osama bin Laden, and with declarations that global jihad will continue. Even Facebook groups have emerged to mourn the demise of the world's most wanted man.

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