US arrested Iranian journalist without charge
20 January 2019 | 9:06 am
A US court order has confirmed that a journalist working for Iran's Press TV was arrested in connection with a probe into "violations of US criminal law." But Marzieh Hashemi has not been accused of committing any crime.
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