French woman accused of spying in Iran released from jail

16th May 2010, Comments 0 comments

The French woman who was arrested a year ago in Iran, has been set free, Reuters reported. Clotilde Reiss, a politics student who was an assistant teacher at Isphahan University, was arrested in July 2009 when she took part in anti-governmental demonstrations. She was jailed on spying charges after she took photographs at a demonstration.

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