Thursday, July 25, 2013


Interpol issues alert over Iraqi jail breaks

Iraqi authorities were gathering photographs and fingerprints of the fugitives to help track down the more than 500 who escaped two prisons.

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Iraqi army soldiers stand guard at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq where Al-Qaida's branch in Iraq claimed responsibility for raids on two high-security prisons that killed dozens and set free hundreds of inmates.
PARIS — Interpol issued an international alert on Wednesday over hundreds of fugitives who escaped two Iraqi prisons in attacks claimed by al-Qaida, saying the jail breaks were a "major threat" to global security.

More than 500 inmates fled on Monday following the simultaneous raids.

"Many of the escaped prisoners were senior-level al-Qaida members, some of whom had been sentenced to death," Interpol said in its statement.

The police organization said it had alerted countries in the region at the request of Iraq, whose authorities were gathering photographs and fingerprints of the fugitives so an alert could be issued worldwide to help track them down.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant said it had deployed suicide attackers, rockets, and 12 car bombs, killing 120 Iraqi guards and SWAT forces in the attacks in Taji, north of Baghdad, and Abu Ghraib, the prison made notorious a decade ago by photographs showing abuse of prisoners by U.S. soldiers.

Iraq's Interior Ministry and medical sources said 29 police and soldiers were killed, and 36 wounded.

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