Iran detains three Americans, accuses of espionage

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The Associated Press TEHRAN, Iran — A senior Iranian prosecutor says three Americans detained on the border with Iraq have been accused of espionage. Tehran chief prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi says the three "have been accused" and that investigations were continuing, according to the state news agency IRNA. He said an "opinion (on their case) will be given in the not distant future."
It is not clear from his comments Monday whether formal charges had been filed. In Iran’s opaque judicial system, the process of charging and trial can often take place behind closed doors.

     

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