Friday, September 9, 2011

Interpol Adds Gaddafi and His Son to Wanted List

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Muammar Gaddafi has officially become Interpol wanted. And he's not alone, since Interpol also set the same status for his son, along with a leader of the Libyan intelligence service.

Reported by BBC, Friday, September 9, 2011, The International Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants for them. Until now, their whereabouts are still unknown.

However, officers in the town of Agadez, Niger, mention the most wanted in Libya is currently located in Niger. Gaddafi arrives in Niger with a convoy of vehicles with the generals and high officials.

Gaddafi and his allies vehicle convoy looked past the borders of Niger for several days. Some officials trust Gaddafi, including Daw Mansour's security chief, had first arrived in the capital Niamey

Until now, there are no comment from the Niger government regarding this statement.

On page Interpol, fugitive's name is listed in the list of Gaddafi by its full name: Mohammed Muammar Abu Minyar. Gaddafi, written born in Sirte, Libya, in 1942. He is accused of crimes against humanity. Arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands. (vivanews)



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