U.S. President Barack Obama has announced that Osama Bin Laden has been killed by a U.S. operation at in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Follow the discussion as this story develops on babble, rabble.ca's discussion board.
For more information on Sunday, May 1, following the Obama speech, The Guardian live blog is found here.
Read more from rabble on Bin Laden, and that world changing day Bin Laden is credited for, on September 11, 2001.
And of course, the Independent's Robert Fisk's seminal interview with Bin Laden. Fisk is known as the Western journalist having had the most interviews with Bin Laden.
Go back to the discussion on babble from September 11, 2001 -- at a time before Facebook or Twitter -- babble was a unique space where Canadians could share information, without the media's filter.
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