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By Reuters, 7/22/2003
LONDON, July 22 -- US forces killed Saddam Hussein's two sons, Qusay and Odai, in Mosul today in a fierce gun battle at a villa in the northern Iraqi city, the US military said.
They were second and third in a list of most wanted Iraqis being sought by US forces since Saddam was toppled in April.
Before they were killed, the number of people on the list known to have surrendered, or been captured was 34.
Red text indicates captured or surrendered.
Bold text indicates killed or presumed dead.
1. Saddam Hussein -- President of Iraq, Chairman of the Revolutionary Command Council (RCC).
2. Qusay Hussein -- Special Republican Guard Commander who controlled elite Republican Guards, intelligence services and a special force providing security for Saddam. Son of Saddam.
3. Odai Hussein -- Saddam Fedayeen Commander, Chairman of the Iraqi Olympic Committee and head of the Iraqi Football Association. Son of Saddam.
4. Abid Hamid Mahmud al-Tikriti -- Presidential Secretary.
5. Ali Hassan al-Majid -- Known to foes as "Chemical Ali." Saddam's feared cousin, commander of southern Iraq.
6. Izzat Ibrahim -- Vice-chairman of the RCC.
7. Hani Abd Latif Tilfah al-Tikriti -- Special Security Organisation Director.
8. Aziz Salih Numan -- Baath Party (BP) Regional Commander, Commander BP Militia.
9. Mohammed Hamza al-Zubeidi -- Central Euphrates Regional Commander, former deputy prime minister.
10. Kamal Mustafa Abdallah Sultan al-Tikriti -- Republican Guard Secretary.
11. Barzan Abd Ghafur Sulayman al-Tikriti -- Special Republican Guard Commander.
12. Muzahim Sa'b Hassan al-Tikriti -- Air Defence Force Commander.
13. Ibrahim Ahmad Abd al Sattar Muhammad al-Tikriti -- Armed Forces Chief of Staff.
14. Sayf al-Din Fulayyih Hassan Taha al-Rawi -- Republican Guard Chief of Staff.
15. Rafi Abd Latif al-Tilfah -- Director of General Security.
16. Tahir Jalil Habbush al-Tikriti -- Iraqi Intelligence Service Director.
17. Hamid Raja Shalah al-Tikriti -- Air Force Commander.
18. Latif Nussayif Jasim al-Dulaymi -- Ba'ath Party Deputy Chairman.
19. Abdul Tawab Mullah Hwaish -- Minister of Military Industrialisation.
20. Taha Yassin Ramadan -- Vice-President of Iraq.
21. Rukan Razuki abd al-Ghaful Sulayman al-Tikriti -- Chief of Tribal Affairs.
22. Jamal Mustafa Sultan al-Tikriti -- Private Secretary to Saddam Hussein.
23. Mizban Khidr Hadi -- RCC Member, Commander Central Euphrates Region.
24. Taha Mohieddin Ma'rouf -- Vice-President and RCC member.
25. Tareq Aziz -- Deputy Prime Minister.
26. Walid Hamid Tawfiq al-Tikriti -- Governor of Basra.
27. General Sultan Hashim Ahmed -- Minister of Defence.
28. Hikmat Ibrahim al-Azzawi -- Deputy Prime Minister, Economics and Finance Minister.
29. Mahmoud Diyab al-Ahmed -- Minister of the Interior.
30. Ayad Futayyih Khalifa al-Rawi -- Al Quds Force Chief of Staff.
31. Zuhayr Talib Abd al-Sattar al-Naqib -- Military intelligence director.
32. Amer Hammoudi al-Saadi -- Top scientific adviser.
33. Amer Mohammed Rasheed -- Former oil minister.
34. Hussam Mohammad Amin al-Yasin -- National Monitoring Director.
35. Mohammed Mehdi Saleh -- Minister of Trade.
36. Sabawi Ibrahim -- Baath Party, Saddam's maternal half-brother.
37. Watban Ibrahim Hasan al-Tikriti -- Saddam's half-brother and presidential adviser.
38. Barzan Ibrahim Hasan al-Tikriti -- Saddam's half-brother and adviser.
39. Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash -- Party Youth and Trade Bureau Chairwoman.
40. Abd al-Baqi Abd Karim al Sadun -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Baghdad.
41. Muhammad Zimam Abd al-Razzaq al-Sadun -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Ta'mim and Ninawa Governorate.
42. Samir Abulaziz al-Najim -- BP regional command chairman for East Baghdad.
43. Humam abd al-Khaliq abd al-Ghafur -- Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
44. Yahya Abdallah al-Ubeidi -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Basra Governorate.
45. Nayif Shindakh Thamir -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Salah al-Din Governorate.
46. Sayf al-Din al-Mashhadani -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Muthanna Governorate.
47. Fadil Mahmud Gharib -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Babil/Karbala Governorate.
48. Muhsin Khadar al-Khafaji -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Qadasiyah Governorate.
49. Rashid Taan Kazim -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Anbar Governorate.
50. Ugla Abid Sighar al-Kubeiysi -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia -- Maysan Governorate.
51. Ghazi Hamud al-Adib -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Wasit Governorate.
52. Adil Abdallah Mahdi al-Duri al-Tikriti -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Dhi Qar Governorate.
53. Husayn al-Awawi -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Ninawa Governorate.
54. Khamis Sirhan al-Muhammad -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Kerbala Governorate.
55. Sad Abd al-Majid al-Faysal -- BP Chairman and Commander BP Militia Salah al-Din Governorate.