The attorney-general of the Islamic Republic has announced plans to hold an "international court" to try members of a group of exiled opponents of the Iranian government.
Mohammad Jaafar Montazeri said that the judicial system has prepared 700 indictments against members of the People's Mojahedin Organization (MEK), ISNA news agency reported on June 28.
Montazeri said the court will be convened soon to prosecute these individuals. He did not provide further details.
The announcement came a week after Albanian police on June 20 raided a camp near the capital, Tirana, that houses thousands of MEK members and seized dozens of computers.
Local media reported that the group is suspected of orchestrating cyber-attacks against foreign institutions.
Authorities said that 36 people, including police officers and members of the MEK, were injured and several police cars were damaged during the raid on the Ashraf 3 camp. MEK representatives claimed that one elderly person died as a result of the use of tear gas by police, but Albanian authorities denied responsibility.
Police said the operation was carried out on the orders of the Albanian judiciary due to the "violation of agreements and commitments" made by the group when they settled in Albania a decade ago.
Under a UN and US-backed deal in 2013 that saw them leave Iraq, the MEK settled in Albania and other countries.