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    1. Why was the CIA tweeting about the Osama bin Laden raid?

      The Christian Science MonitorMay 02 02:05 PM

      The Central Intelligence Agency spent six hours Sunday reliving the Osama bin Laden raid on Twitter. Why? 

    2. Agency reveals details about daring assault on al-Qaida leader’s compound on Twitter.

    3. Why was the CIA tweeting about the Osama bin Laden raid?

      Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsMay 02 01:24 PM

      The US Central Intelligence Agency promised to "live tweet" its followers on Sunday, May 1, 2016, in order to mark the "success" in the capture and demise of Osama bin Laden on May 1, 2011. Indeed, the CIA engaged in a slew of tweets for six straight hours, detailing the capture of the bin Laden, mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks. For some, this tweet did just that as people tweeted their ...

    4. The Central Intelligence Agency’s decision to commemorate the killing of Osama bin Laden five years ago by live-tweeting the mission “as if it were happening today” was heavily criticized Sunday. On May 2, 2011, U.S. Navy Seals raided Bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan and killed the al Qaeda leader. In honor of the anniversary, the CIA planned to share the experience with its followers on Twitter...

    5. Navy SEALS may have killed Osama bin Laden in a raid five years ago Sunday, but anyone following the CIA on Twitter might think it all just happened. In a deeply bizarre social marketing move Sunday, the agency "live-tweeted" the...

    6. Sunday’s social media commemoration struck some as bizarre but the U.S. spy agency says its Twitter presence helps explain its mission to the public.

    7. Osama bin Laden's young son might be next in line to lead the terrorist group his father founded...

    8. On Sunday, the verified CIA Twitter account began the not-so-clandestine operation of retroactively live tweeting the raid on the compound in the mountains of Pakistan that ended with the death of one of the most wanted men in the world, Osama bin Laden, at the hands of the now highly publicized...

    9. The CIA in the US has marked the fifth anniversary of the killing of Osama Bin Laden in a controversial decision to live tweet the mission that brought down the terror mastermind as if it were happening today.

    10. British spy agency joins Twitter, already following James Bond

      Digital Trends via Yahoo! NewsMay 17 01:24 AM

      British spy agency GCHQ joined Twitter on Monday in a move aimed at improving its public image after several years of damaging headlines linked to leaks by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

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