Osama Bin Laden hide-out: Match history's most-notorious fugitives to their evil lairs.

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May 3 2011 12:51 PM

Osama Bin Laden, in Pakistan, in a Mansion

Match history's most-notorious fugitives to their evil lairs.

On Sunday, American operatives found and killed Osama Bin Laden outside ofIslamabad, Pakistan. Bin Laden, who was nearly cornered in the caves of Tora Bora in 2001, sought shelter indoors 10 years later. The terrorist leader was killed in the three-story compound he shared with family members and followers in the summer resort town of Abbottabad.

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Bin Laden isn't the first infamous figure to seek shelter in a secluded lair. Think you know who went where? Test your knowledge of famous hide-outs with this interactive game.

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Enjoying morning in undisclosed location.
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Tackling person of interest in undisclosed location.
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Performing a classified act.
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Performing a classified act.

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Performing a classified act.
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@ PressSec TMI.
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Using some judo on some counterfeiters.
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Renegade is secure.
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Renegade is secure.
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Renegade is on the move.
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Renegade is secure.
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Waiting outside men's room.
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@ JoeBiden Stop that. We can see you doing that.
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Waiting outside men's room.
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Dialing my ear phone on my other phone. # ImportantBusiness
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Speaking into wrist: 'Whan that Aprille ...'
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Hands crossed, standing still, feeling good.
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Receiving classified instructions.
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Doing various top-secret things.
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Resting.
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Eating a sandwich through my sleeve.
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Escorting Renaissance to undisclosed vegetable location.
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Tackling a zucchini.
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Zucchini cleared.
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Escorting Renaissance to undisclosed small-children school.
2:25 p.m.

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Child of interest brandishing scissors.
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Tackling child of interest.
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Nerve-pinching child into temporary paralysis.
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Child whimpering, cleared.
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Hands crossed, standing still, feeling good.
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Running really fast.
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Running not so fast.
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Still running, eating undisclosed Larabar from sleeve.
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Hands crossed, standing still, feeling good.
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Elizabeth Weingarten is the associate editor at New America and the associate director of its Global Gender Parity Initiative.

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