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March 23, 2003

Iran Says Errant Missile Probably Iraqi

By REUTERS

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Filed at 4:38 a.m. ET

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran said on Sunday that a missile which landed in the northwest of the country was probably fired by Iraqi forces, the official IRNA news agency reported.

It said Iraq's top envoy in Tehran had been summoned to the foreign ministry.

``Investigations show that probably the missile which hit Sar Dasht was Iraqi-made,'' IRNA quoted Interior Minister Abdolvahed Mousavi-Lari as saying. Sar Dasht is located close to Iran's northwestern border with Iraqi Kurdistan.

The Iranian minister's comments came shortly after a British Defense Ministry spokeswoman in London said that missiles which landed in southwestern Iran on Friday and Saturday were most likely fired by Iraqi forces.

Iran initially said three rockets which fell in its southwest Khuzestan province had been fired by U.S. jets and warned British and U.S. military forces attacking Iraq to respect its airspace.





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