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$45 million bounty for Al-Qaeda Yemen leaders

Al-Ansi

The United States has announced $45 million in rewards for one of Al-Qaeda’s most dangerous subsidiaries and its leaders on Tuesday in a bid to get more information on these militants based in Yemen.

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) was created in the year 2009 by Yemeni and Saudi jihadists for implementing the group’s campaign in the home country of Yemen-born Saudi extremist late Osama bin Laden.

Washington which has complete information on the group’s history attempts at inventive bomb attacks on Western and local targets, is considered among the world’s most strong terrorist organization