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President Obama: justice has been done

WASHINGTON (AFP) - U.S. President Barack Obama announced the death of Osama bin Laden in an operation in Pakistan.

In a speech broadcast live on television, Obama said the operation was aided also by Pakistan. With the death of Osama, Obama said, "Justice has been done, " he said on Sunday night local time, or Monday (2 / 5) morning western Indonesian time.

The announcement by Obama was greeted by a crowd of people celebrating outside the White House, at midnight. They sang the chorus "USA, USA" while waiting for President Obama appears with a confirmation killing Osama, the U.S. enemy number one.

"Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has completed an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, leader of al-Qaeda, who is also a terrorist who is responsible for the deaths of thousands of men, women and children innocent child, "Obama said.

According to Obama, he has ordered the U.S. armed forces attacked a compound in Pakistan, Sunday, based on a clue, which first appeared in August. "American small team carrying out this operation with the courage and incredible capability. No Americans were injured. They take care to avoid civilian casualties," Obama continued.

After the shooting, the troops had killed bin Laden and take his body.

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According to an official of Pakistan, Osama was killed in a "highly sensitive intelligence operations. "

After reporting the death of bin Laden, the U.S. dollar immediately rose against the euro and yen.

Washington accused bin Laden masterminded the terror attacks before and after the 11 September 2001, including attacking a number of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Africa in 1998.


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