Missing American's wife might be let into Iran

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August 5, 2007 11:32

 
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Iran's Foreign Ministry said Sunday it would consider allowing the wife of an American man who allegedly vanished in Iran earlier this year to visit the Islamic country to search for him. "The request has not officially been relayed to us yet. If it is conveyed, we will review it," ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini told reporters.

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