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Government is scrambling to build 10ft-high barriers to stop a repeat of the Baghdad massacre in October

Wounded Iraqi Christians arrive at Orly airport, near Paris (AP Photo/Bob Edme)

Bishops of England and Wales appeal to the Government to review its treatment of Iraqi asylum seekers

Photo: Mazur/catholicchurch.org.uk

Family and friends of those who died in Baghdad’s church attack gather for memorial Mass in west London

A Mass at Our Lady of Salvation church in Baghdad a week after the massacre (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

Cardinal George: America has a moral obligation not to abandon Iraqis after invading the country in 2003

Security forces and locals gather at a scene of a bomb blast in Baghdad this morning (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

At least three people have been killed and two dozen injured in yet another terrorist attack on Iraq’s Christians

A Lebanese woman lights a candle at a vigil in Beirut following the massacre in Baghdad on Sunday (Photo: PA)

Or should they stay, with extra support from the west?

Mourners gather on the street as coffins arrive for a funeral Mass in Baghdad (Photo: PA)

Archbishop Vincent Nichols says his thoughts and prayers are with all those Iraqis struggling against violence and extremism

It is hard to fathom the brutality of Sunday’s church massacre

Men mourn outside outside Our Lady of Salvation, the Syrian Catholic cathedral in Baghdad (Photo: CNS)

Syrian Catholic patriarch, meanwhile, attacks indifference of free world to suffering of Iraqi Christians

Bishop Warduni blesses coffins of victims of a car bomb explosion in Baghdad (Photo: CNS)

Bishop Warduni says his country still has no law, no government, and terrorists ‘come and go as they please’