Al-Qaeda offers $160K bounty for assassination of US Ambassador to Yemen and $23K for killing American soldiers

Al-Qaeda offers $160K bounty for assassination of US Ambassador to Yemen and $23K for killing American soldiers | UPDATED: 18:03 GMT, 30 December 2012 Al-Qaeda has placed a $160,000 bounty on the head of the U.S. Ambassador to Yemen and $23,000 for the assassination of any American soldiers in the country. An audio produced by the group's media arm, the al-Malahem Foundation, and posted on militant websites Saturday said it offered three kilograms of gold for the killing of Ambassador Gerald M.

MI6 told agent it couldn"t kill al-Qaeda leader "because assassinations are a breach of British law"

MI6 told agent it couldn't kill al-Qaeda leader 'because assassinations are a breach of British law'Morten Storm could have murdered Anwar al-Awlaki but claims he was told by London: 'We don’t involve ourselves in killings abroad'The Dane then took his plans to the CIA and Britain cut him off completelyAl-Awlaki preached to the 9/11 hijackers and inspired 7/7 bombersStorm was so close to him he set Anwar al-Awlaki up with his third wife in an elaborate plot to track him down and kill him America eventually assassinated him in a 2011 drone attack /12/03/article-2242287-16547A9A000005DC-147_306x423.jpg” width=”306″ height=”423″ alt=”Morten Storm” class=”blkBorder” /> Claims: MI6 spy Morten Storm could have killed terrorist leader Anwar al-Awlaki but Britain said no, he says British secret services then cut Storm off completely when he approached the Americans instead, he has claimed. A source told the Daily Telegraph that no spy can kill anyone without permission from the Foreign Secretary.