Interpol issues second global security alert, citing al-Qaida
A second global security alert has been issued by the international police organisation, Interpol.
The warning by Interpol comes a day after the United States issued a similar alert.
Interpol says its warning was issued following a series of jail breaks in nine countries that have been linked to al-Qaida.
It says hundreds of terrorists have been freed during the breakouts in Iraq, Libya, Pakistan and other countries in the past month.
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