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Iran Jails US Citizen for 10 Years for Spying

Newsmax Monday, 17 July 2017
A court in Iran sentenced a U.S. citizen to 10 years in jail on spying charges, Iran's judiciary spokesman said on Sunday, the latest case involving dual citizens held on security charges in the country.
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News video: American student sentenced to 10 years in Iran for spying

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A Chinese-American citizen has been detained in Iran and sentenced to 10 years. Xiyue Wang, a graduate student from Princeton who was in Iran for research, was accused of spying... Wang had been missing for months, In another turn of events in Iran,

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