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The death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is a major victory in the war on terror. Americans celebrated in the streets as families of 9/11 victims finally got closure.
But what's next for the war? Al Qaeda is already promising retaliation, and there's also the question of whether a new leader for the terrorist group will emerge.
CBN News takes a look at the situation and how it could affect America as well as U.S. troops in the Middle East. Click play to watch part one.
CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck, CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas and CBN News Military Correspondent Chuck Holton all join the conversation.
Navy SEALs carried out the operation against Osama bin Laden. Learn more about the manhunt and who was involved.
President Obama eluded to Pakistan's role in locating Osama bin Laden. But how did this happen without someone tipping off the al Qaeda leader? Did the U.S. have the upperhand?
CBN News' George Thomas, Chuck Holton and Erick Stakelbeck offer predictions on what's next for al Qaeda and the United States' role in the war on terror.
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