House: Press warrants in AMIA case


A U.S. House of Representatives resolution called upon Interpol to implement the arrest warrants of six suspects in the deadly attack on the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires.

The July 30 resolution calls on the Interpol General Assembly of Interpol “to uphold, issue and implement the international arrest warrants supported by the Executive Committee of Interpol” in March of five Iranians and a Lebanese accused by Argentina of masterminding the 1994 bombing that killed 85 and wounded 300.

Iran has ignored the executive committee’s demand and the arrest warrants are still not active.

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