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Photo bin Laden is dead Engineering

The face of Osama bin Laden who was killed bloodied spread widely on the Internet and published by Agence France-Presse. Pakistan Television said, the image is not yet officially confirmed its truth.

Agence France-Presse (AFP) said the combination of images clearly shows that the beard and the bottom of the picture most likely was cloned and placed on the body image that does not belong to Bin Laden. Tentative conclusions, most likely a photo of Bin Laden who was killed (left) is false. Compare with the photo of Bin Laden (right) during the life of the beard and lips are very similar.

Bin Laden killed in intelligence operations in the suburbs of Abbottabad, 50 km (30 miles) northwest of the capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad, on Monday (05/02/2011). Bin Laden's death was officially announced by U.S. President Barack Obama in a speech that portrayed dramatically.

Related military operation that killed Bin Laden, the U.S. military source said, bin Laden was surprised by a small team of Navy SEALs attack which landed in the courtyard complex where he was hiding. It is said, bin Laden had offered to surrender, but he refused and then a shootout. Three supporters of Bin Laden, including his own son, were killed along with a woman who tries to act as human shields in the crossfire.

Residents rejoice

U.S. citizens poured into the streets and rejoice in the death of Bin Laden. Thousands of people gathered in front of the White House in Washington DC and in Times Square. U.S. flag flying amid yells of victory and the national anthem.

U.S. citizens also gathered and cheered at Ground Zero, the location of the World Trade Center twin towers once stood. A former New York firefighter, who was forced to retire because of lung disease due to exposure to dust at Ground Zero during the attacks that brought down the twin towers took place, said he was present at Ground Zero to 343 firefighters who died in the attack knew that "they did not die in vain".

"This is a war and I feel we won," he said. "I'm here to tell them that justice has been done."

However, Bin Laden's death would put the Middle East on high alert for possible retaliation. U.S. also has issued a global travel warning for its citizens to be careful and vigilant.