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U.S. Military Agrees to Truce with Iranian Group

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U.S. Military Agrees to Truce with Iranian Group

U.S. Military Agrees to Truce with Iranian Group

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The U.S. military signs a truce with an Iranian opposition group the State Department had previously labeled a terrorist organization. The Mujahedeen Khalq, some 10,000 armed fighters, operates just inside Iraq with the intent of overturning the religious government of neighboring Iran. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports.

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