Iraqi President receives Iranian ambassador

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March 24, 2007 21:59

 
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The Iranian ambassador visited Iraqi President Jalal Talabani at his home in the Kurdish city of Sulaimaniyah, his office reported on Saturday. Talabani spokesman Kamran Qaradaghi said the visit was not related to Iran's seizure on Friday of 15 British sailors as they were searching for smugglers off the Iraqi coast.

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