The 55 most-wanted Iraqis

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The 55 most-wanted Iraqis and their status, according to U.S. Central Command. Thirty-seven are in custody, 15 remain at large, two have been confirmed killed and one has been reported killed.

The following symbols denote targets' status:

• Captured

* Killed

O At large

O No. 1: Saddam Hussein, president.

* No. 2: Qusai Hussein, Hussein's son. Killed July 22.

* No. 3: Odai Hussein, Hussein's son. Killed July 22.

• No. 4: Abid Hamid Mahmud al-Tikriti, presidential secretary, Hussein's cousin. Taken into custody June 17.

• No. 5: Ali Hassan al-Majid, presidential adviser, Revolutionary Command Council member. Also known as "Chemical Ali." Capture reported yesterday.

O No. 6: Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, Revolutionary Command Council vice chairman, longtime Hussein confidant.

O No. 7: Hani Abd al-Latif Tilfah al-Tikriti, director, Special Security Organization.

• No. 8: Aziz Saleh al-Numan, Baath Party Baghdad region command chairman. Taken into custody May 22.

• No. 9: Muhammad Hamza al-Zubaydi, retired Revolutionary Command Council member, a leader of 1991 suppression of Shiite rebellion. Taken into custody April 20.

• No. 10: Kamal Mustafa Abdallah Sultan al-Tikriti, secretary of the Republican Guard, Hussein's son-in-law. Surrendered May 17.

• No. 11: Barzan Abd al-Ghafur Sulayman Majid al-Tikriti, Special Republican Guard commander, Hussein's cousin. Captured July 23.

• No. 12: Muzahim Sa'b Hassan al-Tikriti, who headed Iraq's air defenses. Taken into custody April 23.

• No. 13: Ibrahim Ahmad Abd al Sattar Muhammad, armed forces chief of staff. Taken into custody May 15.

O No. 14: Sayf al-Din Fulayyih Hasan Taha al-Rawi, Republican Guard chief of staff.

O No. 15: Rafi Abd al-Latif Tilfah al-Tikriti, director of general security.

O No. 16: Tahir Jalil Haboush, chief of Iraqi intelligence service.

• No. 17: Hamid Raja Shalah al-Tikriti, air force commander. Central Command said he's in custody. No date was given for his capture.

• No. 18: Latif Nusayyif al-Jasim al-Dulaymi, Baath Party military bureau deputy chairman. Taken into custody June 9.

• No. 19: Abdel Tawab Mullah Huweish, deputy prime minister. Taken into custody May 2.

• No. 20: Taha Yassin Ramadan, vice president, Revolutionary Command Council member. Taken into custody Aug. 19.

O No. 21: Rukan Razuki Abd al-Ghafar Sulayman al-Majid al-Tikriti, head of tribal affairs office.

• No. 22: Jamal Mustafa Abdallah Sultan al-Tikriti, deputy head of tribal affairs, Hussein's son-in-law. Taken into custody April 20.

• No. 23: Mizban Khadr Hadi, Revolutionary Command Council member. Taken into custody July 8.

• No. 24: Taha Muhie-eldin Marouf, vice president, Revolutionary Command Council member, only Kurd in Hussein's hierarchy. Taken into custody May 2.

• No. 25: Tariq Aziz, deputy prime minister. Taken into custody April 25.

• No. 26: Walid Hamid Tawfiq, governor of Basra. Surrendered April 29.

O No. 27: Gen. Sultan Hashim Ahmad, defense minister.

• No. 28: Hikmat Mizban Ibrahim al-Azzawi, deputy prime minister, finance minister. Taken into custody April 18.

• No. 29: Mahmoud Diab al-Ahmed, interior minister. Taken into custody July 8.

• No. 30: Ayad Futayyih Khalifa, Quds forces chief of staff. Taken into custody June 4.

• No. 31: Gen. Zuhayr Talib Abd al-Sattar al-Naqib, director of military intelligence. Taken into custody April 23.

• No. 32: Lt. Gen. Amir Hamudi Hasan al-Saadi, presidential scientific adviser. Surrendered April 12.

• No. 33: Amir Rashid Muhammad al-Ubaydi, presidential adviser, oil minister. Taken into custody April 28.

• No. 34: Gen. Hussam Mohammed Amin, head of monitoring directorate, chief liaison with U.N. weapons inspectors. Taken into custody April 27.

• No. 35: Muhammad Mahdi al-Salih, trade minister. Taken into custody April 23.

O No. 36: Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser, Hussein's half brother.

• No. 37: Watban Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser, Hussein's half brother. Taken into custody April 13.

• No. 38: Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser, Hussein's half brother. Taken into custody April 16.

• No. 39: Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash, reputedly scientist in biological weapons program, first woman elected to Baath Party's national command council. Taken into custody May 9.

O No. 40: Abdel Baqi Abdel Karim Abdallah al-Sadun, Baath Party regional command chairman.

O No. 41: Mohammed Zimam Abdul Razaq, Baath Party regional command chairman.

• No. 42: Samir Abd al-Aziz al-Najim, Baath Party regional command chairman. Taken into custody April 17.

• No. 43: Humam Abdul-Khaliq Abdul-Ghafoor, minister of higher education and scientific research. Taken into custody April 19.

O No. 44: Yahya Abdellah al-Aboudi, Baath Party regional command chairman.

* No. 45: Nayef Shedakh, Baath Party regional chairman, Najaf governorate, reported by Iraqi television to have been killed in battle for Najaf.

• No. 46: Sayf al-Din al-Mashadani, Baath Party regional command chairman. Taken into custody May 24.

• No. 47: Fadil Mahmud Gharib, Baath Party regional command chairman. Taken into custody May 15.

O No. 48: Muhsin Khadr al-Khafaji, Baath Party regional command chairman.

O No. 49: Rashid Taan Kazim, Baath Party regional chairman.

• No. 50: Ugla Abid Saqr, Baath Party regional chairman. Taken into custody May 20.

• No. 51: Ghazi Hammud, Baath Party regional command chairman. Taken into custody May 7.

• No. 52: Adilabdillah Mahdi al-Duri al-Tikriti, Baath Party regional command chairman. Taken into custody May 15.

• No. 53: Brig. Gen. Husayn al-Awadi, Baath Party Regional command chairman, senior officer in Iraqi military's chemical weapons corps. Taken into custody June 9.

O No. 54: Khamis Sirhan al-Muhammad, Baath Party Regional command chairman, militia commander.

• No. 55: Sad Abd al-Majid al-Faysal, Baath Party Regional command chairman. Taken into custody May 24.

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