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GENEVA (9 December 2013) – A group of United Nations independent experts today called on the Government of Iraq to establish the fate and whereabouts of seven residents of Camp Ashraf, who were allegedly abducted last September after an attack in which 52 persons were killed. More than 3,000 Iranian exiles have been based at the Ashraf refugee camp near Baghdad since the 1980s.

On Tuesday, November 26, Haidar al-Akailli, a member of the Nouri al-Maliki’s investigative committee into the September 1, 2013 massacre at Camp Ashraf released an initial statement about the attack and the seven hostages.  The report provides initial details into who carried out the attack and what the Government of Iraq (GOI) is doing to help locate the seven missing camp residents.  

women and organizations around the world celebrated the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.  Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance (NCRI), saluted all brave Iranian women who have stood up against one of the most violent dictatorial regimes in the world, all women political prisoners in Ali Khamenei’s prisons, and all women around the world who are struggling against all kinds of violence, cruelty, oppression, discrimination and inequality.

INU - A series of new reports obtained from inside the Iranian regime, Iran News Updates indicate that seven Camp Ashraf residents, taken hostage during the September 1, 2013 attack, are being held in Iraq.  

If the international community fails to implement Security Council resolutions, Khamenei will once again move towards building the bomb through deception and cheating

INU - It has been more than 83 days since protestors across the globe started a hunger strike to denounce the attack on Camp Ashraf, Iraq and the capture of seven camp residents by Iraqi forces.  Today, Iran News Update brings you the most recent hunger strike news from Camp Liberty, Iraq.   


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