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U.S. Posts Reward For Leader Of Militant Group

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The U.S. is offering a $10 million bounty for the leader of a Pakistani militant group allegedly involved in the 2008 terrorist rampage in the Indian city of Mumbai. The bounty on Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, founder of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and a popular figure among Pakistani Islamists, is bound to affect the current debate in Pakistan on re-booting relations with Washington.
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