Osama bin Laden's hiding place
A Pakistani soldier secures the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. forces on Monday, May 2.
The compound is seen in flames after it was attacked early May 2 in this still image taken from cellphone video footage.
Part of a damaged U.S. MH-60 helicopter lies the compound. The helicopter was destroyed by U.S. forces after a mechanical failure left it unable to take off.
A still image from video obtained by ABC News shows blood stains in the interior of the house where Osama Bin Laden was killed.
Aerial views released by the Department of Defense show the area in Abbottabad in 2004, left, before the house was built, and in 2011, right.
A graphic released by the Department of Defense shows the compound where bin Laden was killed.
Pakistani soldiers and police officers patrol near the house, background, where bin Laden had lived.
A general view of the city of Abbottabad. Signs on the hillside say "Home of Piffers" and "Home of Balochis," in reference to two regiments of the Pakistani army that are headquartered in Abbottabad.
The hideout of bin Laden is seen the day after his death.
Students look toward the compound from a nearby religious school in Abbottabad.
Pakistani security officials survey the walls of the compound where bin Laden was killed. The outer walls were between 10 and 18 feet high.
Schoolchildren walk in a street in Thanda Choha village, Abbottabad, near to bin Laden's compound.
Pakistani soldiers stand guard near the compound May 2.
A worker prepares traditional bread at a shop that claims to have sold bread to residents of bin Laden's compound, in Thanda Choha village, Abbottabad.
Boys collect pieces of metal from a wheat field outside bin Laden's house, seen in the background, on May 3. People showed off small parts of what appeared to be a U.S. helicopter that the U.S. says malfunctioned and was blown up by the American team as it retreated.
People look out at Ground Zero a day after the death of Osama Bin Laden on Monday, May 2 in New York City.
source: special