A force from Baghdad police command released dozens of foreign workers detained in central Baghdad.
"A working team of Baghdad Police Command has released 45 Bangladeshi nationals held by a labor company for the purpose of blackmailing their relatives in the country of Bangladesh," a police statement said.
The statement said that after receiving information that a group of workers Bengal in the center of the capital Baghdad, detained by a labor company for the purpose of blackmailing their relatives in Bangladesh to send money for their release, and after obtaining judicial approvals and under the supervision of Baghdad Police Chief General Ali Jassim Mohammed, a team from Alawiya police station formed and move to the scene. "
It referred to "the arrest of six accused of the crime (two Iraqis and four Bangladeshi) and the release of 45 Bangladeshi workers from the detainees."
Source: National Iraqi News Agency