Iran Update
Volume: 2 - Issue:  10315 April 2011
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UN says 34 killed at Iranian exiles camp in Iraq 
AFP
At least 34 people, including several women, were killed and dozens wounded at an Iranian exiles' camp raided by the Iraqi military last week, the United Nations said Thursday.

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Chairman Kerry On The Violence At Camp Ashraf In Iraq
US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
United Nations officials confirmed that the incursion by Iraqi Security Forces had resulted in scores of dead and injured MEK members.  Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry (D-MA) issued the following statement:

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Camp Ashraf is a barometer of Iraq's human rights
Kate Allen - Director of Amnesty International UK
The Guardian

Iraq's response to the alleged massacre of Iranian exiles in Camp Ashraf is a window on the country's human rights progress

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Crime against humanity at Camp Ashraf
Lord David Waddington
The Independent

Last week Iraqi forces entered a camp in Iraq housing members of the Iranian opposition group, the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI). Thirty three residents were killed and over 300 wounded. Were the US authorities, as it has been suggested, told of the intended attack by the Iraqi Government?

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Iranian Group Seeks U.S. Shield After Iraqi Raid
The New York Time

Iranian dissident group were joined by former U.S. officials on Wednesday in calling on the United States to protect them after a raid on their camp by Iraqi government forces last week.

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Iraq raid on Iranian exiles' Camp Ashraf 'killed 34' 
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Chairman Kerry On The Violence At Camp Ashraf
Camp Ashraf is a barometer of Iraq's human rights
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Seeks U.S. Shield After Iraqi Raid
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