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Iraqi Government Claims Zarqawi Network Virtually Finished

The Iraqi government claimed that it had killed or captured all the lieutenants of top fugitive Abu Musab al-Zarqawi except for one, a man known as Abu Talha. It released a diagram showing a recent picture of the Jordanian-born Zarqawi surrounded with the boxed names of 19 of his alleged accomplices and cell leaders. Those arrested, numbering 11, were in grey-shaded boxes, and seven “killed in clashes” were relegated to black-shaded boxes. Only Zarqawi, who has a 25-million dollar bounty on his head, and Abu Talha, who allegedly heads his network in the northern city of Mosul, remained at large, according to the diagram. Full Story

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