Issue 291 - 15 Jul 1986
The recapture for the second time of the border town of Mehran by the Iranian forces has a significance in the Gulf War greater than the comparatively small territorial exchange it involved, costly though the fighting was to both sides. Iran reported over 3,000 Iraqi casualties and the capture of several hundred prisoners in the two day battle to retake Mehran.
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