MP3: Reliability of Interpol red notices questioned

14.06.2013

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Reliability of Interpol red notices questioned MP3

The case of the Egyptian asylum seeker Sayed Abdullatif, who, it emerged on Friday, was wrongly listed by Interpol as a convicted murderer, has thrown into the spotlight the murky world of red notices, and has reignited warnings that the system is sometimes being used for political purposes. Source: abc.net.au

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