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Status of 55 Most Wanted Iraqis

The 55 most wanted Iraqis and their status, according to U.S. Central Command. Of the total, 34 are reported in U.S. custody:

—No. 1: Saddam Hussein (search), president.

—No. 2: Qusay Hussein, Saddam's son. Killed July 22.

—No. 3: Uday Hussein, Saddam's son. Killed July 22.

—No. 4: Abid Hamid Mahmud al-Tikriti (search), presidential secretary, Saddam's cousin. Taken into custody June 17.

—No. 5: Ali Hassan al-Majid, presidential adviser, Revolutionary Command Council member. Also known as "Chemical Ali (search)." Possibly killed.

—No. 6: Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, RCC vice chairman, longtime Saddam confidant.

—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 RCC 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, Saddam's son-in-law. Surrendered May 17.

—No. 11: Barzan Abd al-Ghafur Sulayman Majid al-Tikriti, Special Republican Guard commander, Saddam's cousin.

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

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

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

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

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

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

—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, RCC member.

—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, Saddam's son-in-law. Taken into custody April 20.

—No. 23: Mizban Khadr Hadi, RCC member. Taken into custody July 8.

—No. 24: Taha Muhie-eldin Marouf, vice president, RCC member, only Kurd in Saddam'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.

—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.

—No. 36: Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser, Saddam's half brother.

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

—No. 38: Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser, Saddam'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.

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

—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.

—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.

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

—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.

—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.