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An Iranian poet who was detained Friday on arrival back in Tehran has been released on bail after being informed she had been convicted and sentenced in absentia on charges related to her cultural activities, a relative told Reuters Sunday.The clampdown follows a nuclear deal Iran signed with world powers in July, that hardliners fear may open Iranian society to what they see as corrupting Western influences.Another Iranian recipient of that prize, journalist Isa Saharkhiz, was arrested in November.In 2011 a Revolutionary Court convicted Sedighi to four months in prison, although the sentence was suspended for five years.
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