PRAGUE (AFP) - Tips passed on by Prague to Washington may have led to the May strike which killed Al Qaeda supremo Osama bin Laden, said a report by Czech military intelligence published Friday. The Czech military intelligence services "in 2010 obtained through its own sources information on the movements and location of major terrorists," it said in its annual report. "This information was sent to partner intelligence services and may have eventually resulted in the capture of the world's most wanted terrorist," said the document, published on the service's website.