White House pledges to bring American Levinson back from Iran

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March 9, 2017 16:19
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WASHINGTON - The White House marked the 10th anniversary on Thursday of the disappearance of American Robert Levinson in Iran with a pledge to bring him back to the United States.

"The Trump Administration remains unwavering in our commitment to locate Mr. Levinson and bring him home. We want him back, and we will spare no effort to achieve that goal," according to a statement, which noted a $5 million reward for information leading to Levinson's safe return.

Levinson, a former FBI agent and DEA agent, disappeared in Iran in 2007.

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