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Iraqi refugees in Iran

May 13, 2007

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Iran sheltered hundreds of thousands of Iraqi refugees during Saddam Hussein’s rule. So far, the language barrier (most Iraqis speak Arabic, not Farsi, the main language of Iran) has kept Iran from being inundated with refugees from the current conflict. But Iraqis and the United Nations are clamoring for the gates to open. (Full article: 369 words)

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