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US offers funds to move Iranian exiles out of Iraq

A general view shows former US military base Camp Liberty, a temporary home of exiled Iranian opposition members, near Baghdad's international airport on February 17, 2012The United States on Thursday offered $1 million to help resettle Iranian opposition exiles currently in Iraq, contributing to a UN appeal in the wake of violence. More than 3,000 members of the People's Mujahedeen Organization of Iran, allowed by late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to operate in the country, are staying at a former US military base known as Camp Hurriya, or Liberty, on Baghdad's outskirts.