Britain's anti-terrorist police have launched ongoing operations against the Iraq-based Iranian exiled terrorist group
Britain's anti-terrorist police have launched ongoing operations against the Iraq-based Iranian exiled terrorist group Mujaheedin-e Khalq Organisation (MKO) following the mass arrest of 160 members in Paris last month.
Metropolitan Police spokeswoman told IRNA Saturday that the anti- terrorist squad raided a business address in central London and five private residences in the west and north-west of the capital on July 17.
No arrests were made but property was seized in the operation in which six search warrants were executed, she said but was unable to offer any further information. The spokeswoman insisted that the police investigation would be "very much ongoing" as a result of the confiscated materials and assets that were being examined.
MKO members, under the banner of the National Council of Resistance, hold regular meetings in parliament, where they are immune from prosecution, under the chairmanship of Labour peer, Lord Corbett.
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