Who's Left on World's Most Wanted List?

Sudanese president, al-Qaeda deputy make the cut
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted May 26, 2011 2:36 PM CDT
Who's Left on World's Most Wanted List
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, left, and his Chadian counterpart Idriss Deby review the guard of honor upon the latter's arrival at Khartoum airport on May 23, 2011.   (Getty Images)

Osama bin Laden is dead. Ratko Mladic was captured in Serbia today, striking another name from the world's most wanted list. So who's left? AP takes a look at the war criminals and terrorists still out of reach:

  • Omar al-Bashir: The president of Sudan is wanted for crimes allegedly committed in Darfur.
  • Ali Kushayb: A commander of the Sudanese government-backed janjaweed militia, also wanted for war crimes.
  • Joseph Kony: The leader of the rebel group the Lord's Resistance Army, which is known for vicious attacks against civilians in Uganda.

  • Jean Bosco Ntaganda: Congolese warlord wanted for war crimes including an ethnic massacre in 2002 and forcing children to fight.
  • Ayman al-Zawahri: Al-Qaeda deputy indicted for his alleged role in the 1988 bombings of the US embassies in Tanzania and Kenya.
  • Anwar al-Awlaki: The US-born cleric is one of al-Qaeda's most prominent English-language radicals.
  • Adam Yahiye Gadahn: Indicted in California for treason and support to al-Qaeda.
  • Fahd Mohammed Ahmed al-Quso: US indictment for his alleged role in the 2000 bombings of the USS Cole in Yemen; thought to be in Yemen.
  • Jamel Ahmed Mohammed Ali-Badawi: Wanted in connection with the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen. Escaped Yemeni custody in 2006.
(More Most Wanted stories.)

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