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Pak seeks Interpol help in Mumbai attack probe

Islamabad, March 8
Pakistan has asked the Interpol to help it obtain information located in seven countries in connection with the Mumbai terror attacks, Interpol chief Ronald Noble said here today. As Pakistan has asked Interpol to help get information from these countries, the organisation will “deploy teams in three countries” tomorrow and send staff to the other nations, Noble said.

Noble, who is in Pakistan to update himself on the Mumbai attack probe, said his organisation would help probe links to the Mumbai attacks in seven countries, including India. The other countries are in Europe and the Middle East, he said without giving details.

Pakistan has shared all information uncovered during its probe with Interpol. This information is being checked against Interpol’s global databases to determine “what other international links may exist” to the Mumbai attacks, Noble said at a press conference. — PTI

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