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Most-Wanted, but Not on the Run

The Rewards for Justice program is offering bounties of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrests of three suspected al-Qaeda operatives in Yemen. The Yemeni government knows where all three men are but refuses to hand them over to the United States, citing the lack of an extradition treaty.

Most-Wanted, but Not on the Run

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Bounties a Bust in Hunt for Al-Qaeda
Article | SANAA, Yemen -- Jaber Elbaneh is one of the world's most-wanted terrorism suspects. In 2003, the U.S. government indicted him, posted a $5 million reward for his capture and distributed posters bearing photos of him around the globe.
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Al-Qaeda Operative Loses Freedom in Yemen
Article | BERLIN, May 18 -- Jaber Elbaneh, the al-Qaeda operative who had roamed free in Yemen despite a $5 million reward offered by the U.S. government for his capture, was jailed Sunday by a Yemeni judge.

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