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    The residual members of the PMOI opposition organization in Camp Ashraf in Diyala province left the camp after 50 of them were killed in this camp last week.
    The PMOI accused Iraqi security forces of committing this massacre while Iraqi officials denied their involvement in this move and announced that an infighting inside the camp led to this number of victims.
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