Bin Laden’s Family Deported

    Pakistani security officials and Federal Investigation Agency personnel are seen in the compound of a house where family members of slain Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden are believed be be held, in Islamabad on March 17, 2012. A Pakistan court March 17 remanded family members of Osama bin Laden including his Yemeni wife in judicial custody for nine days, their lawyer said.   AFP PHOTO/Farooq NAEEM (Photo credit should read FAROOQ NAEEM/AFP/Getty Images)

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    As the one-year anniversary of his killing approaches, the family of Osama bin Laden was deported from Pakistan. Fourteen members total—including three wives—left for Saudi Arabia early Friday. Two of bin Laden’s widows are originally from Saudi Arabia while the third is from Yemen. The wives were convicted of entering Pakistan illegally and sentenced to 45 days in prison, with credit for one month served. All three of the wives and at least eight children were living with him in the house in Abottabad when he was killed last May.

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