New York Times:
By JACK HEALY
Published: May 8, 2012
BAGHDAD — The international police organization Interpol stepped squarely into a bitter political and sectarian fight in Iraq on Tuesday when it issued a call for help in arresting Iraq’s fugitive Sunni vice president on charges he ran death squads inside Iraq.
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Tariq al-Hashimi has been staying in Turkey.
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The move is likely to add fresh tensions to relations between Iraq’s Shiite leadership and leaders in Turkey, where the Iraqi vice president, Tariq al-Hashimi, has been staying with the apparent blessing of the Turkish government since he fled his refuge in northern Iraq last month.