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Washington may offer 25 million dollars for Zarqawi's capture: report

The State Department could more than double the reward offered for the capture of al-Qaeda linked operative Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi, ABC television reported. That would equal the reward offered for al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, and dramatically increase the current offer of 10 million dollars. The United States blames Zarqawi, a Jordanian national, for a long list of suicide attacks in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein, including the August 2003 Baghdad bombing that demolished the UN headquarters in Iraq and killed 23 UN staffers. And a Central Intelligence Agency official said there was a “high probability” that Zarqawi was the person shown in a video posted on the Internet beheading US businessman Nicholas Berg. Full Story

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