Iraqi security: Camps for displaced are being closed

Iraqi government closes IDP camps but there's concern about where the people there are being sent.

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    The Iraqi government has begun closing camps for the thousands of internally displaced persons who fled their homes as a result of the war.

    But aid workers say security forces are forcibly returning civilians to unsafe areas in the Anbar province.

     

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Baghdad.


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