Iran's foreign minister said Friday that Teheran's probe into the fate of a former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran has uncovered nothing but that Iran has asked for more details about the missing American.
Manouchehr Mottaki told reporters at the end of an international conference on Iraq held in Egypt that the Iranian investigation on Robert Levinson, which has been going on for over a month, would continue.
Levinson, a US citizen who retired from the FBI in 1998, was last seen March 11 on the Iranian resort island of Kish. He was said to be working on a film on the island, known for its beaches, sea turtles and relatively liberal atmosphere.
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