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A local prosecutor gave this information on Monday. This move by Iran does not threaten Trump’s arrest. But these allegations illustrate the growing tension between Iran and America. Tensions between the two countries increased again after Trump broke away from the nuclear deal with Iran and the world’s major powers.
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Tehran prosecutor Ali Alkasimhar said Iran has accused Trump and more than 30 others of being involved in the January 3 attack in Baghdad. General Qasim Soleimani was killed in the same attack.
According to the news of the semi-governmental dialogue agency ISN, Alkasimar did not identify anyone other than Trump. But emphasized that Iran will continue prosecution even after Trump’s term ends.
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Interpol, based in Leon, France, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
It is unlikely that Interpol will accept Iran’s request because according to its guidelines it cannot interfere in matters of any “political nature”.
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