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January 15, 1988
Seven Iranian exiles expelled from France last month were flown back to Paris from Gabon, a day after France reversed its decision to expel them. In addition, five Iranians and three Turkish Kurds also expelled in December arrived in Madrid from Gabon, where their appeals to return to France will be considered.
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February 17, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cem Karaca, 58, an influential rock musician whose leftist politics temporarily cost him his Turkish citizenship, died Feb. 8 of heart failure in his native Istanbul. Born to an Armenian Christian mother and Muslim father, Karaca mixed Turkish themes with Western rock music, creating more than 20 albums. He was also known for his leftist politics. In 1979, amid street fighting between nationalists and leftists, Karaca fled to Germany.
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February 17, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Cem Karaca, 58, an influential rock musician whose leftist politics temporarily cost him his Turkish citizenship, died Feb. 8 of heart failure in his native Istanbul. Born to an Armenian Christian mother and Muslim father, Karaca mixed Turkish themes with Western rock music, creating more than 20 albums. He was also known for his leftist politics. In 1979, amid street fighting between nationalists and leftists, Karaca fled to Germany.
NEWS
January 15, 1988
Seven Iranian exiles expelled from France last month were flown back to Paris from Gabon, a day after France reversed its decision to expel them. In addition, five Iranians and three Turkish Kurds also expelled in December arrived in Madrid from Gabon, where their appeals to return to France will be considered.
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March 19, 2003 | Sebastian Rotella, Times Staff Writer
Danish police on Tuesday were investigating the disappearance of former Iraqi Gen. Nizar Khazraji, a top military defector who has aspired to a leading role in toppling Saddam Hussein even though he faces prosecution for war crimes in Denmark. Khazraji vanished after stepping outside his home to smoke a cigarette Monday morning, according to his family.
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