• May 3, 2011  

    The shooting of Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces on Pakistani soil has further strained the already tense relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan. Margaret Warner reports on Pakistan’s response and talks to special correspondent Saima Mohsin about reactions to the raid in Abbottabad, where bin Laden had been hiding. Continue reading

  • May 2, 2011  

    What effects will Osama bin Laden’s death have on al-Qaida? Gwen Ifill speaks with the New America Foundation’s Steve Coll and the Center for Advanced Studies on Terrorism’s Farhana Qazi about U.S. military and intelligence operations, and what the operation revealed about the U.S. relationship with its ally, Pakistan. Continue reading

  • May 2, 2011  

    The plan that led to the death of al-Qaida leader and Sept. 11 plotter Osama bin Laden was reportedly in the works for months. Margaret Warner reports from the White House with the details of the planning and execution of the raid on bin Laden’s compound, and why the U.S. kept Pakistani officials in the dark until it was over. Continue reading

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