Reports say that a group of former members of Mojahedin-e khalq organization have returned to Iran through Iraq
BBC: Reports say that a group of former members of Mojahedin-e khalq organization have returned to Iran through Iraq and have met their families in Tehran.
IRNA reported that 22 MKO members who have separated from the group have returned to Iran during a ceremony which was held by "Nejat Association of Iran".
These people had successfully escaped from Ashraf Base in Iraq and had surrendered to Iranian officials after passing the border of Kermanshah.
IRNA has also reported that 50 other members had came to Iran earlier.
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