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Norway Refuses to Release Two Israelis Held in Murder Case

Norwegian authorities today refused a request by Israel to release the two Israelis arrested in connection with the murder July 21 of 30-year-old Moroccan Ahmed Boushicki. The two were arrested last Thurs day in the apartment of Israeli. Embassy security officer, Yigal Eval. Authorities here have also refused Israeli officials permission to see the two men.

Norwegian newspapers today published the names of nine persons wanted by police as suspected accomplices: Kalles Damnj. 30. Argentinean; Jonathan Ingery, 39, British; Maria Jamon. 28. nationality not given; Lora Heffner, 30, West German; Gerard Emile, 28. French; Rolf Baehr, 42, West German; Jean-Luc Sevenier, French, and Gustav Pistauer, 44, Austrian.

In a related development, all Scandinavian airports were on the alert today for a possible hijacking attempt after threats were received in the Norwegian Embassy in Israel last Friday that a Scandinavian plane would be hijacked or a diplomat kidnapped if the two Israelis were not released.

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