A son-in-law of Osama bin Laden who served as an Al-Qaeda's spokesman was arrested in Turkey and brought to New York, according to government sources.

After a joint operation by Jordanian authorities and the FBI, Suleiman Abu Ghaith was captured and is expected to be brought to trial in federal court.

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Close to 19 months after the Osama Bin Laden death photo that rocked the world, new details have emerged regarding this terrorist's burial at sea.

Under the Freedom of Information Act, The Associated Press obtained numerous emails yesterday that - though heavily blacked out - indicated no sailors watched the water-based ceremony from the USS Carl Vinson and Islamic procedures were followed throughout.

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In the best-selling book No Easy Day, a retired Navy SEAL writing under an assumed name details the raid that killed Osama bin Laden last year in Pakistan.

He says that training for the assault took place in North Carolina. With that information, whistleblower site Cryptome (dot) org thinks it found that site:

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U.S. officials Thursday released a small sampling of the so-called Osama bin Laden documents, papers captured when U.S. special operations forces killed the al-Qaida leader last year at his hideout in Pakistan.

They provide a little insight into the mind of a terrorist determined to wreak more havoc across the world, while keenly aware of the media and the perpetual threat of being hunted down and killed himself.

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