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A new campaign group Wednesday called for a U.N. probe into the 1988 massacres in Iran after the release of a decades-old audio tape shed fresh light on the alleged atrocities.Iranian opposition groups have given a figure closer to 30,000 .The tape is of Iran's late Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri, Khomeini's former heir apparent, meeting with top judges and prosecutors.The campaign group said it has documented evidence of at least 12 mass graves across Iran where victims were buried, with relatives of victims increasingly coming forward after the tape's release.
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