CNN: U.S. Came ‘Tantalizingly Close’ to Catching ISIS’ Leader al-Baghdadi

‘A senior U.S. military official tells CNN, U.S. Special Operations Forces came “tantalizingly close” to capturing or killing Baghdadi in May of last year, near Raqqa, Syria’

TODD (voice-over): "Tonight, CNN has learned of a close call for the world's most wanted terrorist. A man with a $10 million bounty on his head, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. A senior U.S. military official tells CNN, U.S. Special Operations Forces came, quote, 'tantalizingly close to capturing or killing Baghdadi in May of last year near Raqqa, Syria.'"

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