Amman (dpa) - Over 700 refugees,
mostly Iranian Kurds, were moved Sunday from no-man's-land on the Jordanian-Iraqi
border to a camp inside Jordanian territory, a U.N. spokeswoman said.
The move follows an agreement between
the Jordanian government and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees
"We have completed the transfer
of 751 refugees: 643 of them are Iranian Kurds, while the rest are Palestinians,
Iraqis, Sudanese, Somalis and one Egyptian,'' she said.
The transferred refugees have been living