The international police organization Interpol has stepped up the hunt for Saddam Hussein's eldest daughter, who is wanted by Iraqi authorities on terrorism charges.
Interpol posted a picture on of Raghad Hussein, 41, on its Web site Monday, noting that she is being pursued for "crimes against life and health incitement [and] terrorism."
Iraqi authorities say that Hussein has provided financial backing for a terrorist cell network tied to a series of attacks on coalition forces in Iraq. The attacks by the insurgents, according to the Iraqi military, included the use of rocket-propelled grenades and roadside bombs.
The Iraqi government first issued an arrest warrant for the daughter of the late Iraqi leader in 2006 on charges of inciting terrorism.
At the time, Interpol - based in Lyon, France - issued a red notice in the case. Such a notice is a request to police anywhere to help track down Hussein and extradite her to Iraq.
Hussein has been living in Jordan under the protection of that country's royal family.
- CNN's Mohammed Tawfeeq contributed to this report.