Interpol has issued Red Notice arrest warrants for fallen Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, who is wanted for alleged crimes against humanity.
Red Notices were also issued against Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, and his brother-in-law, Abdullah Al-Senussi, who served as the regime's intelligence chief. They are also wanted for alleged killings and persecution in the Libyan uprising that erupted in February.
A Red Notice allows Interpol, the international police agency, to widely circulate arrest warrants with an intention to extradite suspects to the criminal court.
"Moammar Gadhafi is a fugitive whose country of nationality and the International Criminal Court want arrested and held accountable for the serious criminal charges that have been brought against him," said Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble.
The request "will significantly restrict the ability of all three men to cross international borders and is a powerful tool to help in their location and arrest."
A senior U.S. official said this week the U.S. does not know where Gadhafi is and U.S. official don't think Libyan rebel leaders know either.FULL STORY