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Infographic: Osama Bin Laden

INFOGRAPHIC: Detailed map of Pakistan and Afghanistan locating available details of the operation which killed Osama bin Laden. (Reuters News Graphics Service)


REUTERS: Detailed 3D diagram and map of the bin Laden compound in Abbotabad, Pakistan. Locates available details of the operation which killed Osama bin Laden. (Reuters News Graphics Service) (Click for larger image)




Here’s an interesting infographic showing confirmed facts of the raid that ended the life of Osama bin Laden — along with a play-by-play of tweets from @ReallyVirtual, the IT guy who happened to be a couple of kilometers away from the action as it was happening.
Social media startup Namesake has handily compiled the information, which includes a pre-raid timeline of intelligence gathering and operation planning as well as a post-raid breakdown of announcements and bin Laden’s burial at sea.
For another look at the interaction between the social web and this world news event, check out our roundup of social media reactions to bin Laden’s death.



CLARIN, Argentina. 

WASHINGTON POST, USA. 

NEW YORK TIMES, USA. 

AAMULEHTI, Finland.
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TORONTO STAR, Canada.

THE INDEPENDENT, UK.

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SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, Australia.

O Dia, Brazil.

NEW YORK POST, USA.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, USA.

LOS ANGELES TIMES, USA.

KLEINE ZEITUNG, Austria.

EL PAIS, Spain.

El MUNDO, Spain.

EKSTRA BLADET, Denmark. The compound is modeled too simple. Explosion to back up the theory of an expert, who is quoted about how the attack would have unfolded.

DAILY TELEGRAPH, UK. 

DAILY MAIL, UK. A mash-up mumbo-jumbo. And several ‘facts’ in the text detracts from the credibility too. Like ‘Commandos dodge bullets as Bin laden fires his AK47 from bedroom window’.

DAILY EXPRESS, UK.

DAGENS NYHETER, Swden.

ABC, Spain. 
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5 thoughts on “Infographic: Osama Bin Laden

  1. http://www.burialinsurance.org/death-of-bin-laden.html – Here is another one!

    Posted by Anonymous | May 12, 2011, 4:48 pm
  2. Well I personally think the the death of Osama in Abbotabad was a conspiracy which was successfully played by the president of US. So just uploading some house maps, military graphs and satellite images doesnt make it real. Tell me truly and sincerely what do you think? Do you really think that Osama was killed during this mission? Common Half of the world knows that Osama was already dead!

    Posted by zip codes by city | June 27, 2011, 1:52 pm
  3. I work in media for the last 15 years.
    During the war in Croatia (1991 – 1995) I saw stories published in newspaper that were not 100% true. Some of the stories were truthful.
    It's up to us to decide if we want to, or not to, believe in something that we see, read or hear about.

    Posted by Zoran Opalic | June 27, 2011, 2:03 pm
  4. You are quite right about that. Its called politics and these politicians play with the public. I know it was a plan of Mr. President to stay in the loop for the next 4 years.

    Posted by zip codes by city | June 29, 2011, 1:59 pm
  5. exactly!

    Posted by Zoran Opalic | June 29, 2011, 5:58 pm

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