WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 (UPI) -- President Bush on Wednesday announced a new "Most Wanted Terrorists" list, saying the 22 men on it put themselves there through acts of "pure evil."
A State Department program is offering rewards of up to $5 million for information thwarting a terrorist attack or leading to the apprehension of an alleged terrorist.
All 22 people on the new list, including Osama bin Laden, are under indictment in the United States for terrorism unconnected to the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
But senior administration officials said after the announcement that a number of them may be charged in the plot that led to the destruction of the World Trade Center and part of the Pentagon.
Those on the list, and the acts of terror with which they are charged, include:
-- Hijacking of TWA Flight 847, June 14, 1985, in Athens, Greece. U.S. Navy diver Robert Stethem was tortured and executed, his body dumped on the tarmac in Beirut, where the airliner was forced to land. Named are Imad Mugniyah, Hassan Izz Al-Din and Ali Atwa.
-- World Trade Center bombing, Feb. 26, 1993. A bomb was exploded in the underground parking garage of the New York City complex, killing six and injuring hundreds. Named is Abdul Rahmin Yasin.
-- Plot to bomb aircraft in the Far East (Manila Air), January 1995. The United States learned of the plot, based in Manila, to bomb 12 jumbo jets of U.S. carriers flying Asian-Pacific routes. In December 1994, the conspirators allegedly engaged in a test on a Philippines airliner using only 10 percent of the explosives designed for the larger plot. Killed was a Japanese national. Named is Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.
-- Khobar Towers Bombing, June 25, 1996. A truck bomb exploded outside the U.S. military housing complex in Saudi Arabia, killing 19 U.S. Air Force personnel and wounding 280 other people. Named are Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Mughassil, Ali Saed Bin Ali El-Houri, Ibrahim Salih Mohammed Al-Yacoub and Abdelkarim Hussein Mohammed Al-Nasser.
-- Bombing of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, Aug. 7, 1998. Vehicle bombs detonated outside the embassies. Twelve Americans were killed, and thousands of people were injured. Named are Osama bin Laden, Muhammed Atef, Ayman Al-Zawahiri, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil, Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam, Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Anas Al-Liby, Saif Al-Adel, Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali and Mushin Musa Matwalli Atwah.