A security source: thirty members of Mujahedin Khalq escaped camp Ashraf for an unknown place.
A number of members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization left their Camp for an unknown place said an informed source in Diyala Province, Iraq. The group members are suffering anxiety and confusion following the decision by Iraqi government to relocate the camp, the source added.
The source who is an Iraqi Interior Ministry employee reported the escape of thirty residents on the condition of anonymity. He refused to give further information.
The United Nations earlier this week declared that the residents of Camp Ashraf will be transferred to another place based on the recent Memorandum of Understanding signed by the UN and the Iraqi government.