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Lebanon received an Interpol arrest warrant Thursday for ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn, a Lebanese judicial source said.

The request, an Interpol red notice that calls on authorities to arrest a wanted person, was received by Lebanon’s internal security forces and has yet to be referred to the judiciary, the source said.

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