Pakistan has granted the CIA permission to examine the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed, reports The Washington Post. The arrangement would allow the CIA to use sophisticated equipment in a search for al-Qaeda materials that might have been hidden inside walls or buried at the site, the Post says. The website, citing unidentified U.S. officials, said a CIA team is expected to arrive at the compound in Abbottabad within days, and that the objective is to scrub the site for items that were not recovered by American commandos during the raid or Pakistani security forces who secured the facility in the aftermath. CIA Deputy Director Michael J. Morell negotiated access to the Abbottabad site during a trip to Islamabad last week, when he met with the head of Pakistans main intelligence service, Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha, the Post says. Pakistan agreed in part because it does not have such technical equipment, the website says, and breaking through portions of the structure to conduct a search might risk destroying any materials hidden inside.