Interpol Will Leave Paris, Move to Lyon

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Interpol, the international police organization, announced Friday that it would move its headquarters from a posh Paris suburb to Lyon, France's second-largest city.

The executive committee of the International Criminal Police Organization last week advised the French government and Lyon's mayor of its decision.

"Construction of a new headquarters will be complete in three to four years maximum," said an Interpol statement.

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