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Iran claims trap cameras used to monitor the Asiatic cheetah and other species were spying on the country's missile program.
"Do what is in your power to help secure the release of our loved ones and their safe return home by ensuring that their cases are at the top of the agenda," they implore governments.
Xiyue Wang was arrested in August 2016 after Iran said he was scanning large quantities of documents during his dissertation research.
Gölge's reduction to five years behind bars sends him into another appellate process at a higher court that could take years.
Burmese officials set up a meeting in which the two reporters were invited for dinner; there, they were handed documents by two policemen in an entrapment operation.
Public pressure makes governments "ratchet it up their priority list, and it's on their mind, and it makes a difference," says Tice's father.
“There are those who want to resolve this Brunson issue while some others want to prolong it until the November elections,” Çavuşoğlu says.
"Michael’s case is an egregious example of Vietnam’s troubling history of arbitrary arrest – in this case of an American citizen – and many fear for his safety."
“President Trump has made it abundantly clear that the United States expects Turkey to release him immediately," says Mnuchin as other U.S. hostages held by Turkey say they feel forgotten.
Brunson still faces 35 years in prison after the Erdoğan regime swept up the longtime Turkey resident, along with several other Americans, in his post-coup purges.
“My husband and I do not want to be in the middle of JCPOA politics. That put him in this mess to begin with. This is about human rights."