Iraq to move MKO Members from Ashraf Camp

  • UNUN envoy in Iraq urges countries to accept Iranian dissidents

    UN envoy in Iraq urges countries to accept Iranian dissidents

    The resettlement process has moved slowly because the U.N. is struggling to find countries willing to take them. U.N. officials also say that many residents have been uncooperative with the process, complicating the relocation effort.A total of 210 residents have left to other countries so…

  • USAUS welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    US welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    The United States welcomes today’s safe arrival at Camp Hurriya of the remaining 42 individuals from the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) who had been residing at Camp Ashraf...The United States reiterates its condemnation of the September 1 attack...

  • Camp AshrafUN announces transfer of remaining Iranian exiles Camp Ashraf

    UN announces transfer of remaining Iranian exiles Camp Ashraf

    “Resettlement outside Iraq is now the priority, and it is urgent that countries ready to host the residents come forward to accept them, providing them a safe future outside Iraq.”Mr. Busztin also called on the Iraqi Government to abide by its commitment to ensure maximum…

  • Camp AshrafIranian exiles leave disputed Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    Iranian exiles leave disputed Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    The remaining 42 residents of an Iranian dissident camp that was the scene of a disputed outbreak of violence last week left the compound Wednesday to join their comrades at another camp near Baghdad airport, according to Iraqi officials and representatives for the exiles.

  • IraqIraq To Relocate Iranian Exiles From Camp Ashraf

    Iraq To Relocate Iranian Exiles From Camp Ashraf

    The UN office in Baghdad said on September 7 that the authorities will transfer the remaining residents of Camp Ashraf in northeastern Iraq to another facility in the Baghdad area...Some 3,000 MKO members were relocated to Camp Liberty on the outskirts of Baghdad last year…

  • Camp AshrafUNAMI urges all parties to act responsibly in the relocation process to Camp Hurriya

    UNAMI urges all parties to act responsibly in the relocation process to Camp Hurriya

    the Government of Iraq has served an order to relocate the remaining residents of Camp Ashraf [MKO/MEK/PMOI members]to Camp Hurriya. The United Nations believes that the Iraqi Government will move to enforce this order without delay. “We strongly hope all parties will act responsibly and…

  • Camp AshrafIraq to Expel All MKO Members from Camp Ashraf

    Iraq to Expel All MKO Members from Camp Ashraf

    Based on a decree issued by Diyala provincial court, Camp Ashraf which now shelters about 100 MKO/MEK/PMOI members will be closed completely next week and after the end of the holy month of Ramadan," Spokesman of Diyala province's Police Commander...

  • Camp AshrafIraq to Build a Mall in MKO's Camp Ashraf

    Iraq to Build a Mall in MKO’s Camp Ashraf

    Khalis Mayor Uday AlKhadran told a press conference that an Iraqi court has transfered the authority of the site to the local administration of Khalis which plans to build a mall in there once all MKO terrorists are expelled from the Camp."The Camp of New…

  • UNMartin Kobler: Ashraf residents should cooperate

    Martin Kobler: Ashraf residents should cooperate

    Mr. Kobler said. “It requested the last 100 residents be relocated to Camp Hurriya.” He noted that UNAMI has spared no effort over the last weeks to help facilitate meetings between involved parties – however, these efforts have been unsuccessful so far, leading to a…

  • Camp Ashraf100 more MEK moved out of Camp Ashraf

    100 more MEK moved out of Camp Ashraf

    After the successful transfer of 100 more MEK to Camp Liberty, the Chief of Police of Diyala Province told reporters that tens of MEK/MKO/PMOI still remain in Camp Ashraf and will be transferred as soon as is possible. He said that the people of Diyala…

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