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  • Neighbors have started to regurgitate what they've heard from other neighbors, and so the sort of the information swirling around this high-walled compound, in quite a lovely, scenic part of Abbottabad, is--the information is getting rather murky.

    Democracy Now!: Was Osama bin Laden Living on Pakistani Military Property?

  • The curious of all ages milled about in front of the high-walled compound, which was still sealed under police guard.

    Osama bin Laden death: Pakistan locals flock to see villain's lair

  • The flagship is the mammoth U.S. Embassy, the high-walled complex on the Tigris River occupying 104 acres, or twice the area of the White House and its adjoining Ellipse.

    In Iraq, U.S. Shifts to a Large, New Footprint

  • On a two-week trip to Norway that ended on Thursday, I decided that the country was the only sane, trouble-free place on the planet, a gorgeous retreat, as secure and peaceful as high-walled fjord, where people leave their laptops and car keys untended, never lock their doors, and follow the ethic of cooperation they learned a thousand years ago while sailing and fishing for cod in the harsh

    Howard Fineman: Now, Not Even Norway Is Safe

  • On a two-week trip to Norway that ended on Thursday, I decided that the country was the only sane, trouble-free place on the planet, a gorgeous retreat, as secure and peaceful as high-walled fjord, where people leave their laptops and car keys untended, never lock their doors, and follow the ethic of cooperation they learned a thousand years ago while sailing and fishing for cod in the harsh

    Howard Fineman: Now, Not Even Norway Is Safe

  • In the days after the raid, hundreds of journalists traveled to the army town and were permitted — initially at least — to get as far as the door of the large, high-walled compound where bin Laden and his wives and children had been living for several years.

    Pakistan bans bin Laden home visits ahead of 9/11

  • Inside lived some wonderful furniture ... a high-walled felted olive greeny-brown sofa, which I just wanted to pick up and take home, as well as these big sturdy floor cushions (made of sacking, perhaps?).

    Sunlight through windows

  • Inside lived some wonderful furniture ... a high-walled felted olive greeny-brown sofa, which I just wanted to pick up and take home, as well as these big sturdy floor cushions (made of sacking, perhaps?).

    January 2009

  • In the days after the raid, hundreds of journalists traveled to the army town and were permitted — initially at least — to get as far as the door of the large, high-walled compound where bin Laden and his wives and children had been living for several years.

    Pakistan bans bin Laden home visits ahead of 9/11

  • On a two-week trip to Norway that ended on Thursday, I decided that the country was the only sane, trouble-free place on the planet, a gorgeous retreat, as secure and peaceful as high-walled fjord, where people leave their laptops and car keys untended, never lock their doors, and follow the ethic of cooperation they learned a thousand years ago while sailing and fishing for cod in the harsh

    Howard Fineman: Now, Not Even Norway Is Safe

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