The US State Department announced on Thursday, a $ 10 million reward for information on two AQAP leaders.
Assistant Foreign Minister for Diplomatic Security, Michael Ivanov told reporters in a briefing that the ministry was offering up to $ 6 million in exchange for information about Saad bin Atif al-Awlaqi.
He said up to four million counterparts had been allocated information on Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud al-Qusi, who he said had encouraged attacks on the United States.
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