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Iran says former FBI agent still missing, denies report of criminal case

Reuters India Sunday, 10 November 2019
Iran's Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that the whereabouts of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, missing since visiting Iran's Kish Island in 2007, remain unknown, and it denied a report that Tehran had opened a criminal case against him.
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