Interpol issues alert for 85 terror suspects

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February 11, 2009 03:29

 
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Interpol has put out an international security alert for 85 alleged terrorists suspected of plotting attacks against Saudi Arabia in the largest single batch of wanted notices ever sent to police agencies worldwide. Saudi authorities asked Interpol for help in locating the 83 Saudis and two Yemenis after releasing a new most-wanted list last week. Documents profiling the suspects show that they include a man married to Osama bin Laden's daughter and another who was suspected of involvement in a plot to kill the US ambassador in Yemen. Interpol, based in Lyon, France, said Tuesday the men are all wanted on terrorism-related charges, including links to al-Qaida in Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Afghanistan.

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