Iran issues an arrest warrant for Trump over killing top general - Fars News

June 29  Tehran prosecutor Ali al-Khanar said Monday that US President Donald Trump and 35 others have issued arrest warrants for Interpol's assassination of top general Qasim Solaimani. The news agency said.

The US killed Solaimani, the leader of the Revolutionary Guards Quad Force, which was attacked by a drone in Iraq on January 3.

Alcasimer said warrants were issued on charges of murder and terrorism. Others have claimed that Iran has asked Interpol to issue a "red notice" for Trump and that the Islamic Republic was involved in Soleimani's murder.

The group included other U.S. military and civilian officials, but no further information was provided.

He said Iran will continue to do so after the end of Trump's term.

Soleimani's assassination led the United States and Iran to the brink of armed conflict several days later by firing missiles on US bases in Iraq.

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