News Headlines - 02 May 2011

▽Obama Finds Praise, Even From Republicans - New York Times
President Obama drew praise from unlikely quarters on Monday for pursuing a risky and clandestine mission to kill Osama Bin Laden, a successful operation that interrupted the withering Republican criticism about his foreign policy, world view and his grasp of the office.

▽Bin Laden death: Leader is dead but his vision is enduring - Scotsman
WITHIN hours of Osama bin Laden's death, members of groups affiliated with the al-Qaeda-linked Haqqani network in Pakistan were already promising that the day-to-day mission on the ground would not change.

▽American secrecy lays bare deep distrust of its Pakistani 'allies' - The Independent
Not only were the Pakistanis not involved in the operation, as some Islamabad officials have tried to suggest, but jets were belatedly dispatched to rebuff the Americans. Only after the commandos had left Pakistani airspace did Mr Obama inform his Pakistani counterpart, President Asif Ali Zardari.

▽US may have got Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad clue in 2008 – WikiLeaks - The Guardian
The US may have obtained a clue three years ago that Osama bin Laden was hiding in Abbottabad, according to information gathered by interrogators at Guantánamo.

▽Osama bin Laden dead: Accidental reporter IT worker relays raid on Twitter - Telegraph.co.uk
The news of the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound was unwittingly broken by a University of Central Lancashire graduate living in the town, who described the attack on Twitter.







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