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The Iraqi government said on Monday that the fourth group of the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq were transferred from their camp in Iraq's Diyala province to the new Camp Liberty in Baghdad airport.

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The Iraqi government said on Monday that the fourth group of the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq were transferred from their camp in Iraq's Diyala province to the new Camp Liberty in Baghdad airport.

A correspondent of the Al Forat TV channel said that government agencies have transferred 395 of the MEK from Camp New Iraq in Diyala province to Camp Liberty in Baghdad International Airport.

He added that this group is the fourth group out of the total 3000 people in the Camp New Iraq in Diyala province.

The process of transferring the first group of the MEK terrorist organization who live in New Iraq, formerly Camp Ashraf, in Diyala province to Baghdad, took place in mid-February, based on an agreement signed between Iraq and the United Nations.

At the end of 2011 the United Nations and the Government of Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding for the humanitarian and peaceful resettlement of residents of Camp New Iraq to a new camp.

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