Instead of the promised USD 5 million for Al-Qaida leaders, US have doubled reward to USD 10 million, the press service of the State Department reports.
It is reported that the US State Department has doubled the award for information that could lead to the location of Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah and Saif al-Adl, who are leaded Al-Qaida.
It is noted that in the United States both of them were found guilty for preparing explosions at American embassies in Nairobi (Kenya) and Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) in 1998. The attacks killed 224 civilians.
As The Journalist reported earlier, the US Department of State will allocate USD 500 thousand to track transactions with Russian weapons around the world.
US Department of State increases reward offer for information on Al-Qaida leaders