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US News Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe questions detention as Australians freed from Iran

08:05  07 october  2019
08:05  07 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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a person holding a baby posing for the camera: Jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, seen here before her imprisonment, with her husband Richard Ratcliffe and their daughter Gabriella (Family handout/PA) © Family Handout Jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, seen here before her imprisonment, with her husband Richard Ratcliffe and their daughter Gabriella (Family handout/PA)

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has asked why she is still incarcerated in Iran more three years after being detained – after Australia secured the release of two citizens from the country last week.

Jolie King, a dual British-Australian citizen, and her Australian boyfriend Mark Firkin were returned to Australia last week, some three months after being arrested.

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The couple, who had been blogging and vlogging on their extended journey across Asia, were arrested on spying charges after flying a drone near a military base, Iranian officials confirmed.

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He had been detained for 13 months in Australia over the purchase of a defence system from the United States for use in Iran.

Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was arrested in Iran in 2016 and given a five-year sentence for allegedly plotting against the Iranian government, had come to know Ms King after the two were housed in the same area of Tehran’s notorious Evin prison.

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While pleased to hear of Ms King and Mr Firkin’s return to Australia, Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been left to question why British officials have not yet secured her release, according to her husband Richard Ratcliffe, who telephones his wife regularly.

a woman smiling for the camera: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran (Family Handout/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman jailed in Iran (Family Handout/PA) “I told Nazanin yesterday and she was very pleased that Jolie was released,” Mr Ratcliffe told The Times.

“Obviously for Nazanin it is also bittersweet. While there is no queue for cases like this, she did ask how come the Australians can solve their hostage cases in a couple of months while the UK has taken over three and a half years. I had no answer.”

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Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her husband recently decided their five-year-old daughter Gabrielle would be returned to the UK, having been in Iran since her mother’s arrest in 2016.

Meanwhile, another British-Australian woman, Kylie Moore-Gilbert, is still in Evin prison where she has been for almost a year.

Dr Moore-Gilbert, a Cambridge-educated, Melbourne-based academic specialising in Islamic and Middle East studies, has reportedly been handed a 10-year sentence, also on a charge of spying.

Australian officials are still working to secure her release.

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