The department was offering up to $6m for Saad bin Atef Al Awlaki and up to $4m for Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud Al Qosi.
The United States on Thursday offered a reward of up to $10 million for information on two senior leaders of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the State Department said.
Michael Evanoff, the assistant secretary for diplomatic security, told reporters in a briefing that the department was offering up to $6 million for information on Saad bin Atef Al Awlaki and up to $4 million for Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud Al Qosi, who he said have encouraged attacks against the United States.
BREAKING: Multi-million dollar REWARDS for information that brings two senior leaders of #AQAP to justice. Up to $6 million for al-Awlaki and up to $4 million for al-Qosi. Stop these terrorist extremists and earn a reward. Relocation possible. ??https://t.co/g7voAJaT5J?? pic.twitter.com/99elSdbGAJ
– Rewards for Justice (@Rewards4Justice) November 7, 2019
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