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4 reasons Pakistan demolished bin Laden's compound

Pakistani security forces have torn down the house in Abbottabad where al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden lived in hiding from 2005 until he was killed by a U.S. Navy SEAL commando team last May. Heavy equipment operators demolished the three-story house and other structures in the compound over the weekend, and by Monday, only portions of the compound's exterior wall remained standing.
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