Afghan refugees gather outside the house in Haripur, Pakistan, where Pakistan's intelligence agency believes Osama bin Laden lived for nearly a year until he moved into the villa where he was eventually killed.
Pakistani security officials guard the Abbottabad compound where Osama Bin Laden was killed by U.S. military forces last May.
Osama Bin Laden watching himself on TV in the Abbottabad compound where he was tracked down and killed
It's an ornate but not lavish two-storey house tucked away at the end of a mud-clogged street. This is where Pakistan's intelligence agency believes Osama bin Laden lived for nearly a year until he moved into the villa in which he was eventually killed.
The residence in the frontier town of Haripur was one of five safe houses used by the slain Al Qaeda leader while on the run in Pakistan, according to information revealed by his youngest wife, who has been detained.
Retired Pakistani Brigadier Shaukat Qadir, who has spent the last eight months tracking bin Laden's movements, said he was taken to the Haripur house last November by intelligence agents who located it from a description they got from Amal Ahmed Abdel-Fatah al-Sada.
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