Tanks, trucks and armored personnel carriers of the MEK near Jalula convoy  as they begin consolidation of their equipment and personnel on Monday 5/12/2003 as required by a recently negotiated agreement. Since the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the USA and the Mujahadin-el-Khalq have agreed upon a mutal cease fire; but a new agreement requires disbandment of the MEK into two camps separating soldiers and military equipment. The MEK, which consists of 4,000-8,000 Iranian dissidents in eastern Iraq, has fought to remove the regime in power in Tehran. Erik Campos/The State
Tanks, trucks and armored personnel carriers of the MEK near Jalula convoy as they begin consolidation of their equipment and personnel on Monday 5/12/2003 as required by a recently negotiated agreement. Since the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the USA and the Mujahadin-el-Khalq have agreed upon a mutal cease fire; but a new agreement requires disbandment of the MEK into two camps separating soldiers and military equipment. The MEK, which consists of 4,000-8,000 Iranian dissidents in eastern Iraq, has fought to remove the regime in power in Tehran. Erik Campos/The State The State
Tanks, trucks and armored personnel carriers of the MEK near Jalula convoy as they begin consolidation of their equipment and personnel on Monday 5/12/2003 as required by a recently negotiated agreement. Since the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the USA and the Mujahadin-el-Khalq have agreed upon a mutal cease fire; but a new agreement requires disbandment of the MEK into two camps separating soldiers and military equipment. The MEK, which consists of 4,000-8,000 Iranian dissidents in eastern Iraq, has fought to remove the regime in power in Tehran. Erik Campos/The State The State

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