Iraqi spokesman claims 58 fled after being held against their will at Iranian exiles' camp
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Iraqi spokesman claims 58 fled after being held against their will at Iranian exiles' camp

Baghdad : Iraq | Jun 30, 2011 at 12:20 PM PDT
Source: Macleans
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An Iraqi official claimed Thursday that 58 people have fled from an Iranian exiles' camp northeast of Baghdad and promised the government would help them immigrate into another country...Mohammed al-Askari is the latest in the saga of several thousand Iranian exiles living in Camp Ashraf, where... FULL ARTICLE AT Macleans
 
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