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Bin Laden 'in same house for five years, says wife'

Posted by Arakan Indobhasa Thursday, May 5, 2011

Abbottabad compound, 5 May Three of Bin Laden's wives were said to have been detained from the compound
A wife of Osama Bin Laden has said he had been living in the compound in Abbottabad for five years, a Pakistani military official has told the BBC.
The wife, one of three of Bin Laden's wives held after Monday's raid, said she had not ventured outside one room over that time, the official added.
The official said 13 children had also been recovered from the compound.
Bin Laden was killed in a US special forces raid on the compound late on Sunday.
He was believed to have been the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks in 2001 and many others.
'Fell unconscious' The senior Pakistani military official, who asked not to be named, said they had detained Bin Laden's three wives, one of who was Yemeni, after the operation by US special forces in Abbottabad. The other two wives were not identified.
The Yemeni wife told investigators she had come out of that one room after five years and that her husband lived there for the same period.
The official did not say whether the wife had said that Bin Laden had stayed in the compound continuously like her, or ventured out.
She told officials she was shot during the raid and fell unconscious, and that at that point, Bin Laden had been alive.
She said that later on, her daughter had told her she had witnessed her father being shot.
The Pakistani army also recovered 13 children from the compound - two girls and 11 boys - although they have not yet been able to establish how many are Bin Laden's children.
They are all being held in secret locations, the official said.
Map of Abbottabad
Diagram of the compound
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-13300910

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