Interpol issues notices over Beirut port blast

Associated Press |
Published: 01.12.21 , 13:56
Interpol has issued a wanted notice for two Russians and a Portuguese man over explosive material that had been shipped to Beirut and stored at the city's port for six years until it exploded last August, the state-run National News Agency reported Tuesday.
The Aug. 4 explosion killed 200 people, injured thousands and caused wide destruction in Beirut.
The notice is a non-binding request to law enforcement agencies worldwide to locate and provisionally arrest a fugitive. It is not an arrest warrant and does not require authorities to arrest a wanted suspect.