Iran postpones start of trial for 3 Americans

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
November 1, 2010 19:03

 
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TEHERAN, Iran — Iran's judiciary spokesman on Monday said the start of the trial of three Americans charged with spying has been postponed because one of them has not been summoned to return to Iran to appear in court.

Sarah Shourd was freed on bail in September after nearly 14 months in a Teheran prison and returned to the United States. Her fiance, Shane Bauer, and their friend Josh Fattal remain in prison.

Their trial was expected to begin on Saturday.

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