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United States pays 10 mln dlr bounty for Hambali capture: Thai PM

The United States has paid Thailand a bounty of 10 million dollars for the capture of Asia’s most wanted man Hambali, Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said. “We have received 10 million dollars. Part of the money will be distributed to officers involved in the operation, the rest will fund foundations to oversee the welfare of officers injured in the line of duty,” he said. Thaksin said security agencies involved in the arrest of the alleged operations chief of the Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) terror group will receive fair shares of the bounty. “Don’t worry, the United States has specified which agencies worked with them and has also said what portion of the amount each one should receive,” he told reporters before chairing a meeting of state agencies on the issue. Full Story

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