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BULLDOZERS have razed to the ground the three-storey house where Osama bin Laden lived for at least five years until he was killed by US special forces last May. Only the wall of the compound remained intact, surrounding the debris of the house where the Al-Qaeda leader hid in the garrison town of Abbottabad and a security official confirmed the demolition had been completed. The house was pulled down two months before the first anniversary of the US Navy SEAL raid that killed the world's most-wanted man on a secret operation that humiliated Pakistan's army and government. The fact that Bin Laden had lived for so long just 2km from the country's premier military academy and in a garrison city exposed the powerful military to charges of complicity or incompetence. "The demolition has been completed, the three-storey building was razed to the ground," a security official said.