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Iraq's interim leaders decide to expel Iranian People's Mujahedeen

Iraq’s interim Governing Council decided unanimously to expel the several thousand members of the People’s Mujahedeen, branding the Iranian opposition force a “terrorist organisation”. “The Governing Council unanimously decided to expel from Iraq by the end of the year the People’s Mujahedeen because of the dark history of this terrorist organisation,” said an official statement. The statement did not say where the people would be sent when they are expelled, but that its offices would be closed and its arms and financial resources confiscated. The money would “be given to the compensation fund for victims of the former fascist regime” of Saddam Huusein. Full Story

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