Interpol said it was studying a request from Iran for 25 Israeli officials to be placed on its most-wanted list over Israel's offensive in Gaza.
The international police agency says it took the unusual step of confirming the request publicly, "as Iranian government officials have made their request public."
Interpol said in a statement released Tuesday that its legal team was studying the Iranian request for the issuance of 25 "red notices," the highest-level alert Interpol issues. The Lyon, France-based agency says it received the request Saturday.
Iranian state TV reported March 2 that Iran's judiciary asked Interpol to issue arrest warrants for 15 Israelis over the Gaza offensive in December and January.
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