The family of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has been deported from Pakistan to Saudi Arabia.
Osama bin Laden was killed almost a year ago by US special forces in the town of Abbottabad in northwest Pakistan.
The 9/11 mastermind's three widows and their children were detained by the Pakistani authorities after his death last May.
A court sentenced the widows and two of Bin Laden's older daughters to 45 days' detention on charges of illegal entry and residency in Pakistan and ordered their deportation.
Around midnight a minibus collected the family from the Islamabad house where they had served the sentence, which was completed 10 days ago.
Elsewhere, President Barack Obama has reviewed potential threats to the US ahead of the anniversary next week of the killing of Osama bin Laden.
However, there is no concrete evidence that al-Qaeda is plotting any revenge attacks.