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Family Responds to Allegations American Missing in Iran Was a Spy

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The family of an American citizen missing in Iran for more than six years is speaking out after media reports say he had gone to Iran to spy for the CIA, and that his disappearance became part of a U.S. government agency cover-up. The last time anyone saw Robert Levinson was March 2007, when he flew to Iran's Kish Island - a hotbed for tourists and organized crime. For years, the United States has insisted Levinson - a retired FBI agent - had gone on his own. But reports from The...

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