Spotlight UNITED STATES MIDDLE EAST 10/12/1998


When U.S. assistant secretary of state Martin Indyk met officially in London on Nov. 24 with the main Iraqi opposition groups only one movement was conspicuously absent: Supreme Assembly for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SAIRI). The ostensible boycot of [...] (698 words)
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