Interpol has circulated a list of 173 Islamic State fighters it believes could have been trained to mount suicide attacks in Europe the Guardian reports.
Interpol says while there is no evidence these newly trained fighters have entered Europe, it warns they “may have been trained to build and position improvised explosive devices in order to cause serious deaths and injuries. It is believed that they can travel internationally, to participate in terrorist activities.”
The names originated with the US intelligence services “through trusted channels”. The material was handed over to the FBI, which transmitted the list to Interpol for global sharing.