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Gov't following up on Jordanians missing or detained in Iraq

The Lower House Committee for Public Freedoms and Citizens Rights has urged the government to follow up on the conditions of “around 1,000 Jordanians missing or detained in Iraq.” Deputy Jamal Dmour, president of the committee, said the committee arrived at the figure after they met with several families who said that they have sons who are missing or detained in Iraq. These families, he said, came to the committee after they lost contact with their sons in the war-stricken country. A petition submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the committee urged the ministry to work with all concerned authorities in Iraq and find information on Jordanians missing or detained there. Full Story

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