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German health authorities have announced they suspect cucumbers, tomatoes and salad grown in northern Germany to be possible carriers of E. coli
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E. Coli ‘Superbug’ Hitting Europe

A new deadly treatment resistant strain of E-coli is steamrolling through Europe,  possibly from fertilizer used  to feed vegetables.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
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“Israel Will Be Furious” Over Obama’s Middle East Speech

President Obama's Middle East themed speech to the State Department will, in the words of BBC analyists, "make Israel furious."

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Osama bin Laden
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bin Laden Planned To Hit Smaller Cities-Documents Show

As more documents, computer information and data is coming public following the death of Osama bin Laden-and the seizure of his compound, the US is finding shocking lists of multiple terror targets.

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Damaged Blackhawk Stealth chopper
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US To Pakistan-We Want Our Chopper Back

The remains of the US helicopter that force landed during the Osama bin Laden operation remains in Pakistan, the US wants it back, but the Chinese are now showing signs of interest.

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Osama bin Laden's Compound
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Reuters Releases Controversial Post Osama Attack Pictures

No, Obama will not release the bin Laden photos-but Drudge is reporting news of another controversial release.

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CIA Director Leon Panetta with President Obama
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White House vs. CIA: Death Photos Or Not?

Yesterday, CIA Director Leon Panetta said the US WILL release the death photos of Osama bin Laden.  However, the latest report from Fox News says, hold on.

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U.S. Reacts To Death Of Osama Bin Laden
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White House to Release bin Laden Death Photo

This just in from the Drudge Report---

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Afghans watch television coverage announcing the killing of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden
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Osama bin Laden Covers TIME Magazine With Red X

Just days after President Barack Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. operatives in Abbottabad, Pakistan, TIME released a preview of its latest issue, in which the terrorist leader appears with a red X over his face.

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White House watches mission against Osama bin Laden
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White House Watching Mission Against Osama Bin Laden [PHOTO]

President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are among the National Security team reportedly watching the mission on Sunday to take out Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Check out the photo after the jump.

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New Yorkers React To Bin Ladens Death
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Death Of A Terrorist-The Bin Laden Timeline

According to newly released information, the Operation that killed the world's most wanted terrorist began in August 2010...

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