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The Rundown - May 13

# Two suicide blasts hit a military academy in NW Pakistan
# Residents of Abbottabad say Pakistani security services knew of the bin Laden raid
# General Kayani is cool to further cooperation with the U.S.
# "The Economist" on the humiliation of the Pakistani Army

# The U.S. will limit the expansion of the Afghan Army
# Malou Innocent on corruption and civil war in Afghanistan
# "The Wall Street Journal" reports on India-Afghanistan relations

Osama Bin Laden
# U.S. interrogators questioned Osama bin Laden's widows
# Short bios of the wives of Osama bin Laden
# "Checkbook Jihad" - Matthew Levitt, "Foregin Policy"
# The battle over the photos of bin Laden's death

# "Russia: Shades Of Difference" - Charles Clover & Neil Buckley, "Financial Times"
# Dmitry Medvedev seems lukewarm towards Vladimir Putin's new political movement

Of Interest
"NATO's Mission, In Libya And Beyond" - Anders Fogh Rasmussen, "The Wall Street Journal"
# Today is the 6th anniversary of the Andijan massacre
# "European Voice" reports on the future of Camp Ashraf
# The nuclear disaster at Fukushima was worse than previously thought

Middle East
# "Danger: Falling Tyrants" - Jeffrey Goldberg, "The Atlantic"
# The deadline for ending combat operations in Libya is near

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Donald Rumsfeld says Wikileaks vindicates the George W. Bush's anti-terrorism strategy
# "The CIA, ISI And The Next Bin Laden" - John R. Schindler, "National Interest"
# Al Kamen's "In The Loop"