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Geneva, 4 September 2013. The World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) urges the United Nations (UN) to carry out an investigation into the recent attack on Camp Ashraf, an Iranian exiles camp located in Iraq, on 1st September 2013, that left 52 people dead and several injured.

FIDH and the League for the Defence of Human Rights in Iran (LDDHI) call on the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) to release as soon as possible its report of investigation into the acts of violence perpetrated in Camp Ashraf [1] on 1st September, which led to the death of possibly up to 52 camp residents. Both organizations also urge the Iraqi authorities to immediately launch an independent and impartial investigation as the government has pledged to do. 

In statement no. 23, the Iranian Resistance disclosed part of details of the September 1st massacre in Ashraf. Below, further details on this crime that vividly reveals the role of Iraq’s prime ministry are given:

The Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC) releases today a statement strongly condemning the killing of Iranian refugees in Camp Ashraf by the Iraqi army on Sunday, 1 September 2013.  
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BHRC strongly condemns killing of refugees in Camp Ashraf

3 September 2013 – The United Nations human rights office and the UN mission in Iraq today strongly condemned the killing of dozens of people in Camp Ashraf north of Baghdad, urging the Iraqi Government to investigate what happened.

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