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Tehran’s chief prosecutor accuses a renowned Iranian-Canadian environmentalist who died in prison of being part of an espionage network set up by Mossad and the CIA.
Kavous Seyed Emami, 63, a renowned professor and founder of the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation, was buried on this afternoon in the village of Ammami around 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Tehran.
Officials - Suicide - Prison - Cell - Fortnight
Officials say he committed suicide in his prison cell a fortnight after being arrested along with seven members of his NGO.
Tehran prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi said the NGO was set up “about a decade ago” as a cover to collect “classified information in defense and missile fields.”
Defendants - Case - Guidance - CIA
“Defendants in the case, under the guidance of the CIA...
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