Libya offers bounty for rebel leader Abdel Jalil

By REUTERS
March 9, 2011 19:31

CAIRO) - Libyan authorities on Wednesday offered a bounty of 500,000 Libyan dinars ($400,000) to anyone who captured rebel leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil and handed him in.

In an urgent headline bar, Libyan state television also announced a reward of 200,000 dinars for information leading to the capture of Abdel Jalil, who it described as an "agent spy."


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