Report: Body of Mousavi's nephew stolen from Teheran hospital

Report Body of Mousavi

December 28, 2009 12:47


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The body of Seyyed Ali Mousavi, Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi's nephew, was stolen from a Teheran hospital, according to a reformist Web site. Mousavi was killed in clashes with Iranian security forces on Sunday. The Web site said that the government might have been behind the move, in an attempt to prevent the family from holding a mass funeral.

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