Iran Issues Arrest Warrant for Trump, Others, Seeks Interpol's Help

By Kyodo News 30 June 2020

TEHRAN—Iran has issued an arrest warrant and sought Interpol’s help in detaining US President Donald Trump, along with 35 others it holds responsible for a drone strike that killed a top Iranian general, state-run media reported Monday.

Tehran Prosecutor Ali Qasi Mehr reportedly said 36 US political and military officials have been charged with murder and terrorist acts over the assassination of Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani on Jan. 3 in Baghdad.

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