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Former FBI agent Levinson believed to have died in Iran custody, family says

Haaretz Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Trump said he had not been told that Robert Levinson, the former FBI agent who disappeared in March 2007, was dead
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The family of Robert Levinson, the former FBI agent who disappeared in March 2007 after traveling to an island controlled by Iran, said on Wednesday (March 25) it now believes Levinson died in Iranian custody, based on information from U.S. officials. Libby Hogan reports.

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