A 'red notice' has been posted on Interpol's online wanted list calling on countries worldwide to arrest Milojko Kovacevic, who is accused of the forcibly removing, torturing, abusing and beating Bosniak civilians from the village of Donje Veletovo in the Visegrad area of eastern Bosnia in June 1992.
Iranian rapper Amir Hussain Maghsoudloo was released by Istanbul police on condition of judicial control after being detained for violating visa terms last week.
Better known as Tataloo by his millions of fans, the musician was wanted by Iranian authorities with an Interpol red notice flagging over drug-related charges.
The president of Nove Holding Vasil Bozhkov has 7 allegations raised and Interpol has released a "Red Notice" on his arrest, Attorney General Ivan Geshev confirmed.
Part of the charges against the businessman are for the leadership of an organized criminal group, coercion, extortion, attempted bribery of an official and incitement to commit criminal offenses.
Former Interpol chief Chinese Meng Hongwei was sentenced to 13 years and 6 months for corruption, world agencies cited, citing Chinese justice.
Country's first head of policing agency abused his previous positions in China to receive US million in bribes between 2005 and 2017, Chinese court rules, South China Morning Post reported.
On January 15, 2000, Zeljko Raznatovic was having a drink with friends at the upmarket InterContinental Hotel in Belgrade when a man walked up to them and opened fire at close range with a semi-automatic pistol.
Raznatovic - better known around the world as the Serbian paramilitary leader Arkan - was hit by a bullet in the eye, and died on his way to hospital. He was 47.
Lebanese prosecutors imposed a travel ban on former Nissan's chief Carlos Ghosn, the Lebanese National Agency reported.
"Based on the INTERPOL red-flag warrant, the Lebanese prosecution decided to impose a ban-travel on Carlos Ghosn," it said.
The decision by Judge Ghassan Ouiedat also requires Ghosn to keep authorities informed of his place of residence.