[ti:Interpol Issues Arrest Order for Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn][by:shang05.com][00:00.00]更多听力请访问shang05.com[00:00.04]Interpol issued a Red Notice Thursday for former Nissan car company chairman Carlos Ghosn.[00:08.44]The notice is a request to law enforcement agencies around the world to arrest a wanted person.[00:17.40]Ghosn faces charges of financial wrongdoing in Japan.[00:23.36]His sudden arrival in Lebanon on Monday, after a stop in Turkey,[00:29.12]shocked officials in Japan and raised questions around the world.[00:36.24]The former Nissan chief was set to go on trial in April.[00:42.00]He was permitted to stay at home under supervision after posting a $14-million bail.[00:50.48]Ghosn said in a statement that he had fled Japan[00:54.20]to avoid "political persecution" in a "rigged Japanese justice system."[01:01.04]Ghosn is often credited with helping French car maker Renault[01:05.32]and Japan's Nissan recover from near bankruptcy.[01:09.88]He is a national hero to many people in Lebanon.[01:15.56]That country's justice minister, Albert Serhan,[01:19.16]told The Associated Press that Lebanon "will carry out its duties."[01:25.12]But he said that Lebanon has not received an official extradition request from Japan.[01:32.24]And he noted that the two countries do not have an extradition treaty.[01:38.92]Serhan added that Ghosn entered Lebanon on a legal passport[01:43.76]and there is no charge against Ghosn in Lebanon.[01:48.28]Born in Brazil to Lebanese parents and educated in France,[01:53.36]Ghosn holds passports from all three countries.[01:58.40]How Ghosn managed to flee Japan is still a mystery to many,[02:03.48]including his own lawyers and officials in Japan and Turkey.[02:09.96]Airline flight data suggest Ghosn traveled on two different planes[02:15.32]-- one from Japan to Turkey and another from Turkey to Lebanon.[02:21.20]The Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported that a plane carrying Ghosn[02:25.76]landed at Istanbul's airport on the morning of December 29.[02:31.28]Ghosn did not register upon landing and left on another plane for Lebanon.[02:38.84]Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency said Thursday[02:43.28]that Turkish officials had detained seven people in connection with Ghosn's escape.[02:50.32]A Turkish police spokesperson said the seven included four pilots and three airport workers.[02:58.96]The Reuters news agency reported that all seven were expected to give statements in court on Thursday.[03:07.84]In Japan, officials entered Ghosn's home in Tokyo on Thursday to look for evidence.[03:14.72]The search went on as government offices in Japan are still closed this week for the New Year holiday.[03:23.32]Ghosn's lawyers in Japan said they had no knowledge of his escape and they had all three of his passports.[03:32.40]Japanese public broadcaster NHK TV, however, reported that Ghosn had a second French passport.[03:41.52]Ghosn was first arrested in Japan in November 2018.[03:46.80]He faces four charges of financial wrongdoings,[03:50.76]including hiding his earnings through payments to car businesses in the Middle East.[03:57.88]At the time of his arrest, Ghosn was head of both Renault and Nissan automobile companies.[04:05.40]He said Japanese officials created false charges against him[04:09.84]to try to stop a possible merger between Nissan and Renault.[04:16.16]On Thursday, Ghosn tried to distance his family from any part in his escape.[04:23.32]He called reports that his family was involved with his leaving Japan "false and misleading."[04:31.08]"I alone organized my departure," Ghosn said.[04:37.28]I'm Jonathan Evans. 更多听力请访问shang05.com