Iranian accused of procuring parts for IEDs used on US troops; $3M reward offered for capture
2018-11-24 03:26 pm
Federal authorities announced a $3 million reward for helping in capture an Iranian man accused of procuring technology from a Minnesota company later used to make roadside bombs targeting U.S. military forces in Iraq.
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