Interpol after 47 Saudis for alleged al-Qaida ties

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January 10, 2011 23:17

 
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PARIS — Interpol said Monday it had placed 47 Saudis on its most-wanted list after Saudi Arabia accused them of involvement in the al-Qaida terror network.

The publication by the international police body means all 188 member countries have received details about the suspects so national police forces can help track them down.

Over the weekend, Saudi Arabia asked Interpol for its help in tracking the suspects beyond its borders. Saudi officials have said the men, ages 18 to 40, are believed to be outside the country.

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