The United States government has added two al-Shabaab members to its Rewards for Justice Programme, offering $5 million each for information leading to their capture.
The bounty was placed on Omar Hammami, also known as Abu Mansoor al-Amriki, and Jehad Serwan Mostafa, both on the US Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) most wanted list.
The FBI said both men are wanted for "conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organisation, which includes their significant contributions to al-Shabaab's media and military activities".
Hammami and Mostafa, both American citizens, travelled to Somalia in 2006 and joined al-Shabaab, according to the FBI.
The United States announced on June 7th that it would offer up to $33 million in exchange for information leading to the capture of seven senior al-Shabaab leaders.