1. Wanted

    $10M Bounty on Pakistani Militant

    Chief of the Pakistan's outlawed Islamic hardliner Jamaat ud Dawa (JD) Hafiz Mohammad Saeed (C), listens to a speech prior to funeral prayers in absentia for Indian Kashmir's Muslim cleric Moulvi Shoukat Ahmad Shah, who was killed in a bomb blast in Indian Kashmir, in Islamabad on April 11, 2011. A leading Muslim cleric and moderate separatist was killed on April 8 by a powerful explosion outside a mosque in revolt-hit Indian Kashmir, police said. Moulvi Shoukat Ahmad Shah was entering a mosque in Kashmir's main city of Srinagar for Friday prayers when the blast took place, leaving him critically injured, a police officer told AFP. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI (Photo credit should read AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/Getty Images)

    Aamir Qureshi, AFP / Getty Images

    The U.S. is offering $10 million for the capture or information leading to the capture of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the founder of the Pakistan-based militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba, which was responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. His brother-in-law and cofounder has a $2 million bounty. India hailed the bounty as a sign of “the commitment of India and the United States to bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai terrorist attack to justice and continuing efforts to combat terrorism.”

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