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  US offers 15m reward for Saddam Hussein
Updated 03 July 2003, 19.53

Anyone with information about where former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein is could get a 15m reward from the US.

The top US official in Iraq also said that 9m rewards were on offer to people with information about Saddam Hussein's two sons, Uday and Qusay.

Capturing Saddam Hussein and his sons could be very important, because if they are captured people behind attacks on US and UK troops might have less of a reason for doing so.


Saddam Hussein's location has been a mystery ever since the US forces took control of Baghdad on 9 April.

At least two different missions were launched during the war to kill Saddam Hussein, but no one knows if they worked or not.

The US has already offered 15m for information about where al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden is, but they still don't know where he is.

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