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Bounty offered for embassy bomb suspect

The U.S. State Department is offering $25 million for information leading to the capture of the suspected mastermind of the August bombing of the Jordanian Embassy in Iraq. Abu Musab al Zarqawi, a Jordanian who has ties to al Qaeda, is suspected of orchestrating the August 7 attack on the Baghdad facility, which killed at least 16 people, including five Iraqi guards, and wounded dozens more. The reward is equivalent to the amount offered for information leading to the capture of former Iraqi ruler Saddam Hussein, al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and some of his top lieutenants. The offer appeared Wednesday on the Rewards for Justice Web site, affiliated with the State Department. Full Story

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