File - In July 28, 2014 US Secretary of State John Kerry delivers remarks while releasing the 2013 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom at the US State Department in Washington, DC. AFP Photo/Paul J. Richards
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Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday appealed to Iran to release three detained Americans including a Christian pastor and a journalist, and to help locate a US citizen missing there since 2007 .Next month marks the second anniversary of the detention of Abedini, a pastor held on charges related to his religious beliefs, Kerry noted.Rezaian, the Washington Post's Tehran correspondent, was detained for security reasons on July 22, and Kerry said Rezaian is being held at an unknown location. In March in a previous appeal to Iran, Kerry described Levinson as one of the longest held American citizens in history.
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