File - High-rise residential and office towers are seen near Sheikh Zayed road in Dubai, February 4, 2012. (REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh)
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Security forces in the United Arab Emirates have detained three Iranians suspected of kidnapping a British-Iranian businessman who went missing in Dubai in June, the Dubai government said on Thursday.Britain's Foreign Office said in August it was in touch with the Dubai and Iranian governments over the case of Abbas Yazdi, who went missing in June in Dubai. His wife had told a UAE newspaper that he may have been kidnapped by "elements in Iran". The couple had moved to Dubai, one of seven emirates that together make up the United Arab Emirates, 10 years ago, 7Days said.
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