The U.S. military is offering up to $200,000 for information leading to the return of three missing American soldiers.
The offer is being advertised on 50,000 leaflets distributed in the area where the soldiers disappeared.
The soldiers disappeared after a pre-dawn ambush on May 12, 2007. Four American and an Iraqi soldier were killed in the incident.
In the meantime 4,000 American soldiers and two-thousand Iraqis are searching the region.
An Al Qaida front group said it captured the soldiers and its warning Americans to call off the hunt.
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