According to ABC, U.S. investigators are examining more than one million pages of data found in the building where Osama bin Laden lived, stressing that in just ten days, they found more things than they did in the past ten years.
Among the information discovered is that the al-Qaeda leader wanted to find a way to assassinate Barack Obama.
Meanwhile, an attack committed in revenge for the death of Osama killed by the United States, has caused the deaths of 80 people in a Pakistani military base.
In parallel, the step-grandmother of Barack Obama, 88, made the first statement after the threats received by a branch of the al-Qaida network.
“My life has not been affected in any way … It has not restricted my movement. If the government has decided to bring more security personnel, we are OK with it,” Sarah Obama said about the police officers brought around her home in Kenya “to patrol the entire village.”.