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'Impossible to describe our pain.' Bob Levinson, US hostage held by Iran, is likely dead, family says

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Bob Levinson disappeared 13 years ago from an island off Iran's southern coast. Exactly what the ex-FBI agent was doing there is a matter of dispute.
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News video: Bob Levinson's Family Releases Statement Saying He Has Died

Bob Levinson's Family Releases Statement Saying He Has Died 00:26

"If not for the cruel, heartless actions of the Iranian regime, Robert Levinson would be alive and home with us today," read part of the family's statement.

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