Detained journalists in Iran to meet with family

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 26, 2010 14:34

 
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BERLIN — Germany's foreign ministry said Sunday relatives of two journalists detained in Iran in connection with a highly publicized stoning case have traveled to Tehran hoping to see them.

Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle told newspaper Bild am Sonntag he expects the meeting with the relatives will take place "during the Christmas holidays" — which are considered in Germany to end Sunday.

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