A general view shows Tahrir Square in Baghdad February 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad
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Iraqi security services Sunday published the names of 60 people wanted on suspicion of belonging to Daesh (ISIS), Al-Qaeda or the Baath Party of late dictator Saddam Hussein.All are Iraqis apart from Maan Bashour, a Lebanese man accused of recruiting fellow citizens to fight in Iraq.The name of Daesh head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is absent from the list.The list includes senior members of the group, among them Fawaz Mohammad Mutlaq, a former officer in Saddam's Fedayeen paramilitary organization who later became a member of Daesh's military council.
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