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Iraqi authorities issue list of wanted people
21/08/2007   |   11:23 PM | Gulf News
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BAGHDAD, Aug 21 (KUNA) -- The Iraqi government has issued a new list of wanted people, including the names of some top officials in the former regime headed by the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
"Topping the list are Deputy Commander of the Iraqi Revolutionary Council Izzat Ibrahim Al-Doori," Lieutenant General Abdel-Karim Khalaf of the Interior Ministry told the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).
Al-Doori was the sixth most wanted man on the US army's original list. The second most wanted man on the current Iraqi list is Mohammad Yunis Al-Ahmad, who is said to finance most of the attacks against the Multi-national force (MNF) in Iraq. He now heads the Iraqi Baath party abroad and is trying to bring its members back together.
The third most wanted is Taher Jalil Habbush Al-Takriti, former head of the Iraqi military intelligence and is also currently involved in financing attacks against the MNF, Khalaf said.
He added that all those whose names were cited in the list were involved in financing attacks against the MNF.
The Iraqi police had called on the Interpol to apprehend Al-Doori and Saddam's daughter Raghd, who is said to be living in Jordan. (end) mag.eh KUNA 212323 Aug 07NNNN
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