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IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER
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March 31, 2003 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER - A group of Iranian women
and children stand and sit next... 
Tehran, Iran (IslamicRepublicof) 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER. 
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER - A group of Iranian women
and children stand and sit next to the river which separates Iran from
Iraq as a soldier walks by in the southwestern border city of Abadan on
March 31, 2003. The river is known as the Arvand in Iran and Shatt
al-Arab in Iraq. Fighting in neighbouring Iraq has brought back
memories of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war in this region of Iran which
endured some of the fiercest fighting during that conflict. Most
Iranians have mixed feelings about the current war. They have no
sympathy for Iraqi President Saddam Hussein but are generally opposed
to the U.S.-led attack on Iraq. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

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