US offers $1M reward for Osama bin Laden's son

The United States will pay up to $1 million for help locating one of the sons of the late al-Qaeda founder, Hazma bin Laden, who officials say is emerging as a "key leader" in the terror franchise.
0:23 | 03/01/19

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Eight years after the raid that killed Osama bin Laden any US government now has a price on his son's head the State Department is offering one million dollars for help finding -- in the bin Laden. Officials say the younger bin Laden has become one of the leaders of al-Qaeda he's been considered a specially designated global terrorist since 2017.

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