Al Qaeda Places Bounty on US Ambassador, Troops in Yemen
(WASHINGTON) -- Al Qaeda's branch in Yemen is reportedly offering money for the killing of the American ambassador in Sanaa or an American soldier.
A video that claims to be from the group has announced a bounty of three kilograms of gold -- roughly $160,000 -- for the head of Gerald Feierstein. A bounty of $23,000 has been placed for any American soldier.
ABC News hasn't verified the authenticity of the video. It was posted online separately, claiming to be part of a much longer video -- one that ABC has authenticated.
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