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U.S. Congressman Wants Reward for Bin Laden Doubled

The reward for finding Osama bin Laden, the elusive leader of the al Qaeda network and the world’s most wanted man, should be doubled to $50 million, a U.S. congressman visiting Afghanistan said Tuesday. Mark Kirk, a Republican congressman from Illinois, also said U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan could remain there for more than a decade to help stabilize the war-shattered and chronically unstable country. Saudi-born bin Laden has been on the run since 2001, when U.S.-led forces toppled the Taliban regime that had sheltered him. If he is still alive, he is widely believed to be hiding along the rugged Afghan-Pakistan frontier. Full Story

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