Iran Detains President's Brother, Sentences U.S. Student On Espionage Charges

A Chinese-American history researcher has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment. Recently re-elected President Rouhani's supporters see his brother's arrest as a move to undermine the president.

Iran has sentenced a Chinese-American Princeton University graduate student to 10 years imprisonment on espionage charges, an Iran judiciary spokesman says.

"An American dual nationality agent, having the US nationality and one more (nationality) from another European country, who entered Iran

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