Saddam's Money: The Hunt Heats Up

Saddam Hussein stashed away huge sums in bank accounts around the world, kept under the names of factotums and front companies. Although $2 billion of Iraqi funds have been identified and $750 million recovered, U.S. officials believe several hundred million more remain to be found. To that end, sources tell TIME, the U.S. has pinpointed the names of several of Saddam's front companies, family members and former officials who it says are sitting on piles of Iraqi cash. The U.S. is considering publication of a list in the near future so cooperative countries can seize the loot.

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