Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe reportedly freed but may face new charges


British-Iranian woman’s five-year sentence in Iran is complete, but reports say she will have to go to court to face new charges

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been released from house arrest in Iran on the completion of her five-year sentence, but the British-Iranian dual national will have to go to court to face a second set of charges on 14 March, according to reports citing her lawyer.

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The second set of charges, long threatened by the Iranians, include involvement in propaganda activity against the Islamic Republic by attending a demonstration outside the Iranian embassy in London in 2009 and speaking to BBC Persian.

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