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Saddam joins Osama bin Laden

Ousted Iraqi president Saddam Hussein has joined Osama bin Laden at the top echelons of the list of America’s most wanted men, United States officials in Baghdad have confirmed. Saddam and the Al Qaeda chief are now the two most sought after prizes of a massive and worldwide intelligence operation. The US has also put a £127,000 bounty on the heads of Saddam’s two sons, Uday and Qusay who, like their father, have vanished from Baghdad. The brothers rank on the wanted list alongside the Taliban’s spiritual leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, who has been in hiding since the US-led attack on Afghanistan. US officials say they are determined to capture Saddam, believing the war will not be seen to be over until he is brought to justice. But the hunt for the toppled dictator and members of his regime has so far proved as frustrating as the search for bin Laden and his supporters. Full Story

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