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Hamas supremo Meshaal visits Iran

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ImageAFP: Khaled Meshaal, the exiled leader of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, began a visit to Iran on Sunday, Mehr news agency reported. ImageTEHRAN (AFP) — Khaled Meshaal, the exiled leader of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, began a visit to Iran on Sunday, Mehr news agency reported.

Meshaal is due to meet top officials including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the agency said.

A Hamas statement from Meshaal's Damascus headquarters said the visit was part of a regional tour, but gave no further details.

Iran has been a staunch supporter of Hamas since the movement won Palestinian legislative elections in 2006, though Tehran says its aid does not extend to military arms and training, as Israel has alleged.

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