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SEAL's book: hair dye but no bullets in bin Laden's room
SEAL's book: hair dye but no bullets in bin Laden's room

When US Navy SEALs gunned down Osama bin Laden in his bedroom, it was up to one commando to take photos that would serve as proof of the Al-Qaeda leader's bloody demise.

SEAL's book: hair dye but no bullets in bin Laden's room
U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. Photo courtesy of vimeo.com
U.S. Navy Secretary visited Kazakhstan

U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus visited Kazakhstan on June 9-11.

U.S. Navy Secretary visited Kazakhstan
People-smugglers 'using' Australian navy
People-smugglers 'using' Australian navy

People-smugglers have begun using the Australian navy as a collection service with asylum-seeker boats issuing distress calls even when they are not in trouble.

People-smugglers 'using' Australian navy
Secretary of the U.S. Navy Ray Mabus. ©REUTERS
U.S. Navy Secretary arrived in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan Defense Minister Adilbek Dzhaksybekov met with the Secretary of the U.S. Navy Ray Mabus.

U.S. Navy Secretary arrived in Kazakhstan
Photo by Arman Mambetov©
PHOTO: First Kazakhstan rocket ship floated out in Uralsk

The first rocket-gunnery ship made by Zenit Uralsk plant has been floated out in Uralsk.

PHOTO: First Kazakhstan rocket ship floated out in Uralsk