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Raid revives debate on value of torture
Did brutal interrogations produce the crucial intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden? ...  | Read.. 
 
Cloud over a generation lifts
Just as the world was opening up for Luke Watkins’ generation, one man’s face began to haunt it. ...  | Read.. 
 
World to blame for Pak failure, says Gilani
Pakistan’s Prime Minister defended today his country’s failure to spot Osama bin Laden hiding out in a luxury compound near Islamabad, saying the whole world was to ...  | Read.. 
 
Bodyguard lifts lid on life with terror chief
Osama bin Laden ordered his former bodyguard to kill him if he was ever captured alive by America forces. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Khan’ family were good neighbours
They spoke perfect Pashtu — the language of Pakistan’s unruly tribal areas — in a cultivated, urban accent. They were careful to pay their bills on time and popular with ...  | Read.. 
 
Osama identified by 9/11 DNA technique
Analysts used a number of methods to identify the body of Osama bin Laden after the raid early on Monday in Pakistan. One of these was genetic kinship analysis, a method of ...  | Read.. 
 
A woman points to a name on the “Flag of Honor” at Ground Zero, New York. (Reuters)
Raid revives debate on value of torture
Obama: No photo release
President Obama has decided not to release photographs of Osama bin Laden’s body, CBS News..  | Read.. 
SEAL team earns bragging rights after mission
The raid that killed Osama bin Laden will go down in history as the most important covert operation..  | Read.. 
 
Bush declines Obama invite to Ground Zero
President Obama invited former President George W. Bush ...  | Read..