A developing story today is about the visit to Iraq by a Foreign Affairs subcommittee headed by Congressman Dana R Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.)
The delegation requested from Nouri al-Maliki to be allowed to visit Camp Ashraf to investigate the 8 April Iraqi Assault the camp which left 34 Dead.
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|MEMBERS OF CONGRESS DENIED ACCESS TO CAMP ASHRAF
Congressman Ted Poe Press Release
|Congressman Poe visited Iraq to visit U.S. troops and meet with Iraqi officials. Congressman Poe and other Members of Congress attempted to visit Camp Ashraf where they were turned away by the Iraqi government. Congressman Poe issued the following statement in response:: Read On...|
|Iraq bars U.S. visit to Iranian camp
|Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki told a visiting U.S. congressional delegation Friday that it could not visit a camp of Iranian dissidents where 34 people died in clashes with Iraqi security forces in April, the delegation's head said. Read On... |
|U.S. lawmakers, Iraq's al-Maliki clash over killing of Iranians
|A prominent House Republican announced Friday his subcommittee is investigating whether forces under al-Maliki's command had committed a "crime against humanity" when they killed 35 Iranian dissidents at a camp north of Baghdad on April 8. Read On... |
|American Lawmakers Unwelcome over Camp Ashraf Inquiry
|The members of the Iranian opposition in Camp Ashraf are the subject of a row between an American Congress Subcommittee delegation and the Nouri al-Maliki government. Read On... |
|Iraq declares US delegation persona non grata
Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)
|Following controversial remarks over Iraqi forces' raid on Ashraf camp, which houses Iranian exiles and demand for Iraq to repay portion of the costs of the US war on Iraq, Iraqi government declared the US Congress delegation persona non grata. Read On... |