Difference between revisions of "Iran"

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**[https://financialtribune.com/articles/people/67896/iran-to-expand-criminal-dna-database-by-march-2018 Financial Tribune: Iran to Expand Criminal DNA Database by March 2018 (9th July 2017)]
 
**[https://financialtribune.com/articles/people/59261/ilmo-planning-dna-database-for-workers-in-risky-jobs Financial Tribune: ILMO Planning DNA Database for Workers in Risky Jobs (11th February 2016)]
 
**[https://financialtribune.com/articles/people/59261/ilmo-planning-dna-database-for-workers-in-risky-jobs Financial Tribune: ILMO Planning DNA Database for Workers in Risky Jobs (11th February 2016)]

Latest revision as of 08:44, 31 July 2017

Iran set up a DNA database in 2006 to include convicted persons. According to Interpol, Iran's DNA database contained 3,000 reference DNA profiles from individuals, 3,500 crime scene DNA profiles, 2,000 missing persons' DNA profiles, plus 1,500 unidentified human remains DNA profiles in 2011. A DNA database legislation had been adopted at the time.