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The Trump Administration Is Now Offering Cash Bounties for Hezbollah Leaders

The U.S. announced $12 million for two senior leaders, marking a shift in counterterrorism strategy.

For the first time in a decade, the United States is going after Lebanese Hezbollah’s senior leadership with direct financial incentives, a marked departure from a more detached policy of international sanctions.

In the latest in a series of recent moves, the State Department Tuesday announced over $10 million in cash rewards for the arrest, location, or conviction of two of the militia group’s senior leaders

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