- Southland times (Newspaper)
The cartoon shows a Pakistani flag with a question mark on it. The Pakistani flag is white and green with a sickle moon and a star on the green area. Context - the question of whether people knew that Osama bin Laden had been living in a house in Abbottabad, a highland town north of Islamabad for several years before he was killed. world's most wanted terrorist was killed on May 1 al Qaeda lives on and an upsurge of terrorist attacks seems likely - Osama bin Laden, the criminal mastermind behind al-Qaida and the world's most sought-after terrorist since the attacks of 11 September 2001, has been killed by a US operation, President Barack Obama has announced. He was killed at his house in Abbottabad, a highland town north of Islamabad. (Guardian 2 May 2011)
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