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American Robert Levinson, held by Iran, believed to be dead

Jerusalem Post Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
American Robert Levinson, held by Iran, believed to be deadThe family vowed to make sure that the Iranian regime and those who abandoned him know they will not be going away.
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