Blanche, Ed
July 2001
Middle East;Jul/Aug2001, Issue 314, p8
Reports on the intensifying conflict between Iraq and the Iranian rebel forces as of July 2001. Confrontational activities of rebel forces; Appeal of the Russian Foreign Ministry to practice constraint; Possible motives of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein behind increasing border hostilities; Obstacles to reconciliation of both countries.


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