Libyan rebels are offering a bounty of 2 million Libyan dinars -- about $1.7 million -- to the person who brings them Muammar Qaddafi, dead or alive, the Christian Science Monitor's Kristen Chick reports. White House officials tell the Associated Press they have no evidence Qaddafi's left Libya, and the dictator-in-hiding promises that he'll fight "until victory or martyrdom." Abdel Salam Jalloud, a Qaddafi ally until last week, told Al Jazeera that he thinks Qaddafi is still in Tripoli and might try to evade capture by dressing in women's clothes on the way to Algeria or Chad.
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