Yemen offers reward for information on terror suspects

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March 19, 2009 18:51

Yemen says it is offering an unspecified amount as a reward to anyone providing information on 12 suspected al-Qaida terrorists. In a statement published by a government-run newspaper Thursday, the interior ministry also released the pictures of the men whom its says are wanted for planning terrorist attacks. The ministry said the suspects were recruited by the international terror network to carry out attacks in Yemen. Efforts by Yemen have failed to root out al-Qaida and other Islamic terrorists blamed for several deadly attacks in recent years. Four South Korean tourists were killed Sunday in a bombing that the government has blamed on al-Qaida.


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