French Academic Released From Iran
- An Arrest in Iran
- Return to Iran
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Clotilde Reiss, a French academic, was permitted to return home from Iran 10 months after she was arrested on various charges that she denied, AFP reported. Reiss was conducting research in Iran and also teaching French at the University of Isfahan at the time of her arrest.