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Iran has rejected an Iraqi plan for repatriating prisoners of war from the Persian Gulf conflict, Tehran radio said Thursday. The radio, monitored in Cyprus, quoted Iran's parliament speaker, Hashemi Rafsanjani, as saying Iraq must accept a United Nations-sponsored plan for ending the eight-year war before prisoner exchanges can start. According to the Red Cross, Iran has 50,182 prisoners, and Iraq has 19,284 prisoners.

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