Interpol votes against Iran in Argentina terror case

Iran lost a battle to prevent Interpol from putting five Iranians and a Lebanese man on its most-wanted list, in a politically charged vote by the police agency on Wednesday. Delegates to an annual Interpol general assembly in Morocco voted by a two-thirds majority to issue wanted notices for the six suspects in a 1994 terror attack against a Jewish community center in Argentina, said an Israeli delegate, Anat Granit, a head of special operations for the Israeli police.