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Iraq arrests two dozen entering illegally from Iran

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Iran Focus: Baghdad, Feb. 12 – Some 25 Iranians have been arrested in Iraq’s Diyala Province for illegally entering the country, the Iraqi border police announced on Sunday.
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Baghdad, Feb. 12 – Some 25 Iranians have been arrested in Iraq’s Diyala Province for illegally entering the country, the Iraqi border police announced on Sunday.

The arrests have been made over the past week, Colonel Muhammad Nasser, chief of the Diyala border police, said.

The United States and Iraqi officials have accused Iran’s radical Islamic government of sending agents and arms into Iraq to assist the insurgency.

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