Osama Bin Laden killed in Pakistan by US Troops

The most wanted terrorist of world, Osama Bin Laden, Alqaeda Leader, is being killed by US Troops on Sunday, May 1, 2011. The Sunday night will be unforgettable for whole United States as they destroyed their biggest enemy.

Laden attacked America’s most famous World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

WTC was attacked by 2 hijacked aeroplanes. The Pentagon was destroyed by a hijacked third jetliner. The fourth plane crashed in Rural Pennsylvania. Laden also targeted the President’s White House. The plane crashed in between; else it would have been the biggest shame on the most powerful country of the world. More than 3000 US citizens were killed in WTC attack.

Even before 09/11 attack, he was on the World’s Top 10 Fugitives List. But after attack on WTC, US was seeking him madly but he was able to fool the highly profiled US army and kept escaping from them for 10 years. After the most devastating attack, George Bush declared that he wants Osama Laden dead or alive at any cost.

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Who was Bin Laden – BiographyOsama Bin Laden died in Pakistan

Prior to 9/11 also, he attacked US many a times. In 1993, his people fought with the US soldiers in Somalia. In 1998, he destroyed 2 US Embassies in East Africa, killing 224 people and In 2000; he attacked US Cole which killed 17 sailors.

Osama Bin Laden is killed and is being confirmed by American President Barack Obama.

Video – Attack on World Trade Center, America

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2 Responses to "Osama Bin Laden killed in Pakistan by US Troops"

  1. While it may be good news that he’s dead, It doesn’t stop terrorism at all. won’t get any better. Once again, people will fear flying and this will in turn hurt the airline industry. For a nation that’s looking for an economic recovery, this is something we don’t need.

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