RFJ

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AcronymDefinition
RFJRewards for Justice (US State Department)
RFJRing Freiheitlicher Jugend (German: Youth Freedom Ring)
RFJRainforest Foundation Japan
RFJRadio Fréquence Jura (French radio station; Switzerland)
RFJRichard Francis-Jones (Australian architect)
RFJRing for Jeeves (novel)
RFJRadio Free Jericho (CBS drama fan club)
RFJRiders For Justice
RFJRequest for Judgment (Nomic; interactive gaming)
RFJRiders for Jesus (motorcycle ministry; Alabama)
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We can't make it any more clear that we are committed to this campaign of maximum pressure and we are not looking to grant any exceptions or waivers -- We're very focused on our maximum pressure campaign." For his part, National Security Advisor John Bolton tweeted, "Today's expansion of Rewards for Justice (RFJ) adds another tool to stop oil-for-cash schemes used by the IRGC and Qods Force (IRGC-QF) to fund global terrorism." "The IRGC-QF has been using a shady shipping network to move hundreds of millions of dollars in Iranian oil to the murderous Assad regime, the Iranian proxy terrorist organization Hezbollah, and other illicit actors." "Today, the US took action against this sprawling network," he added.
State Department's Rewards for Justice Program had described the younger bin Laden on Twitter as "an emerging al Qaeda leader" who "has threatened attacks against the United States and allies."
In 2012, the US state department's Rewards for Justice programme also announced a $2 million reward for Makki.
government on Thursday offered a $1 million reward for information leading to his capture as part of its "Rewards for Justice" program.
A State Department notice Thursday said the reward will be paid for help locating Hamza bin Laden in any country as part its 'rewards for justice' program.
He also mentioned the two rewards for justice that have been issued for the arrest of LeT kingpins Hafiz Saeed and Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, the masterminds behind the dreaded attacks.
Under the Rewards for Justice program, people who give information on the identification or location of PKK terrorists Murat Karayilan, Cemil Bayik, and Duran Kalkan are eligible for rewards of $3-5 million, Yeni Safak paper reported.
The increase in Rewards for Justice cash puts the two Egyptians in the top 10 most wanted and signals the Trump administration's determination to catch them.
class="MsoNormalThe increased rewards announced on Wednesday are offered through the State Departments Rewards for Justice programme.
"We encourage anyone with information about these individuals to contact the Rewards for Justice office," the US said.
Department of State's Rewards for Justice Program is offering rewards for information leading to the identification or location of three key leaders associated with the terrorist organization Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and affiliated factions.