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Iran and Iraq to Join to Seal Border Against Insurgents

Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki of Iran, on the second day of his visit to Iraq, said Saturday that the two countries had agreed to form a joint commission to oversee border issues and that its primary task would be to “block saboteurs” crossing the 700-mile border. “We plan to form a joint commission between Iran and Iraq to control our borders and block the way to saboteurs whose aim is to destabilize the security of the two countries,” he said in Najaf after talks with Iraq’s most powerful Shiite religious leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani. Full Story

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