Interpol issues wanted notice to Lebanon for ex-Nissan exec

BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — Interpol has issued a wanted notice for former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, who jumped bail in Japan and fled to Lebanon rather than face trial on financial misconduct charges. His escape has baffled and embarrassed authorities. Lebanese Justice Minister Albert Serhan says Lebanon “will carry out its duties,” suggesting for the first time that the automotive titan may be brought in for questioning. But he says Ghosn entered the country on a legal passport, and he appears to be casting doubt on the possibility Lebanon would hand Ghosn over to Japan.