Who's Left on World's Most Wanted List? Sudanese president, al-Qaeda deputy make the cut By Newser Editors and Wire Services Posted May 26, 2011 2:36 PM CDT 7 comments Comments Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, left, and his Chadian counterpart Idriss Deby review the guard of honor upon the latter's arrival at Khartoum airport on May 23, 2011. (Getty Images) (Newser) – Osama bin Laden is dead. Ratko Mladic was captured in Serbia today, striking another name from the world's most wanted list. So who's left? AP takes a look at the war criminals and terrorists still out of reach: Omar al-Bashir: The president of Sudan is wanted for crimes allegedly committed in Darfur. Ali Kushayb: A commander of the Sudanese government-backed janjaweed militia, also wanted for war crimes. Joseph Kony: The leader of the rebel group the Lord's Resistance Army, which is known for vicious attacks against civilians in Uganda. Jean Bosco Ntaganda: Congolese warlord wanted for war crimes including an ethnic massacre in 2002 and forcing children to fight. Ayman al-Zawahri: Al-Qaeda deputy indicted for his alleged role in the 1988 bombings of the US embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. Anwar al-Awlaki: The US-born cleric is one of al-Qaeda's most prominent English-language radicals. Adam Yahiye Gadahn: Indicted in California for treason and support to al-Qaeda. Fahd Mohammed Ahmed al-Quso: US indictment for his alleged role in the 2000 bombings of the USS Cole in Yemen; thought to be in Yemen. Jamel Ahmed Mohammed Ali-Badawi: Wanted in connection with the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen. Escaped Yemeni custody in 2006.