Crumley, Bruce
June 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);6/30/2003, Issue 25, p13
The article reports that ten supporters of the Iranian opposition exile group Mujahidin Khalq set themselves ablaze to protest the detention of 167 of its members. Officials say the group was planning assassinations and attacks on Iranian targets in Europe and around the globe. A French antiterror official says intercepted information indicates the group intended to use Paris, France, as its base for a campaign of violence.


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