Original caption: This undated, uncredited photo shows Saudi exile Osama Bin Laden (L) and a man the U.S. Attorney's office identified as Muhammad Atef. The U.S. government moved on Monday to freeze the assets of bin Laden, the chief suspect in the September 11 attacks on the United States. U.S. President Bush has demanded Afghanistan's ruling Taliban hand over bin Laden and his lieutenants to be tried for the attacks which left nearly 7,000 people dead or missing. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Handout by U.S. Attorney's Office/File photo
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