US Doubles Bounty for 1998 Embassy Bombers Ahmed Abdullah and Sayf al-Adl

US Doubles Bounty for 1998 Embassy Bombers Ahmed Abdullah and Sayf al-Adl

The United States (US) State Department introduced that it had doubled the bounty set for two bombers suspected to have participated in the August 7, 1998 bombing of US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.

The bounty on Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah and Sayf al-Adl was elevated to $10 Milion up from $5 Million subsequent the 2018 commemoration of the tragic event.

Both are Egyptian nationals who are suspected to be in their 50s at present and are wished by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for having aided to prepare the assault.

Sayf al-Adl, a former colonel in the Egyptian military, is said to have been the explosives expert in the assault that killed 212 East Africans and 12 Us residents.


His counterpart, Abdullah is stated to have operated the Al-Qaeda teaching camp in Afghanistan many years prior to the attack.

20 people today are at present serving sentences in the US in excess of the twin attack though 10 other individuals within the East Africa region have died of organic triggers or killed in unclear circumstances.

The benefits were supplied by the Point out Department’s “Rewards for Justice” initiative that was started in 1984.

The programme has so considerably paid out a overall of $145 Million to additional than 90 people today who have “presented actionable information and facts leading to the arrest of suspected terrorists or to the prevention of assaults.”

Survivor tales of the bombings continues to amaze members of the public 20 several years on as some narrate how the attack transformed their lives without end.

The US authorities introduced the adhering to images of the two suspects that present what they appeared like at the time of the bombing and how they may seem like to day.



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