Dozens of mortars and rockets fired on a camp housing Iranian dissidents near Baghdad killed five members of the opposition group, Iraqi security officials said.
The former US military base Camp Liberty, the temporary home of exiled Iranian opposition members in Iraq, pictured on February 17, 2012. Dozens of mortars and rockets fired on the camp near Baghdad early on Saturday, killing five members of the opposition group.
The United Nations called for an immediate investigation and said monitors were following up on the deaths, the first confirmed fatalities as a result of violence at the group's new camp since they moved there last year.
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