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Fugitive Omar Hayssam's wife allowed to leave Romania

Marţi, 21 august 2007, 0:00

A Romanian court allowed the wife of a fugitive businessman to leave Romania with her children, according to TV news reports on Tuesday.

The Bucharest Tribunal decision allows her to do what she has previously said she’d long been prepared to - leave for Syria and meet husband Omar Hayssam, who has fled Romania while under a terrorism inquiry for his role in the kidnapping of three Romanian journalists in Iraq two years ago.

Wife Adela Omar said in an interview recently that she and her children had already packed for Syria while waiting for the court’s green light to leave.

A district court in Bucharest decided May 10 to allow Omar Hayssam’s seven children to leave the country beween June 15-September 15, at Adela’s request. But the decision was attacked - a move which was eventually rejected by the Bucharest Tribunal in the idea that the under aged are allowed to see their relatives.

Omar Hayssam is the subject of an international arrest warrant after his being sentenced by the Bucharest Appeals Court to 20 years for his role in the kidnapping of three Romanian journalists in Iraq in 2005. He fled Romania shortly after he was paroled on medical grounds in the first half of 2006.

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