The legacy of Osama bin Laden (16 images)

With the announcement of a sudden presidential press conference, the news quickly broke on Sunday that Osama bin Laden, notorious mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks, among others, had been killed. Details are still scarce, but what is known is that the most wanted man in the world is now dead.
Updated: May 3, 2011 at 7:15 AM
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Palestinians shout anti-israel slogans as they hold a picture of Osama bin Laden, accused by the U.S. of running a global terrorism network, during the funeral.of Hamas suicide bomber Nafez al-Nether during his funeral procession in the Gaza Strip July 9, 2001. Nether blew himself up near an Israeli checkpoint in Gaza on Monday, the first of several "human bombs" that Islamic militants had vowed would avenge the killing of an 11-year-old boy on Saturday. mk/aa/Abdelrahman Al-khateeb UPI
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