This undated photo made available by the Free Nazanin Campaign, shows Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe holding her daughter Gabriella. (Free Nazanin Campaign via AP)
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Iranian Revolutionary Guard officials detained Zaghari-Ratcliffe on April 3, when she arrived at an airport to fly back to Britain, according to her husband Richard Ratcliffe.Richard Ratcliffe dismissed the accusation that Nazanin was trying to bring down the Iranian government as "preposterous".Monique Villa, the chief executive of the foundation, said that Nazanin has been employed for four years as a project coordinator in charge of grant applications and training, and had no dealing with Iran in her professional capacity.No charges have been filed in the case, but Zaghari-Ratcliffe has told family members in Iran that she was forced to sign a confession under duress, her husband said last month.Iran does not recognize dual-citizenship and if Zaghari-Ratcliffe is charged she will be tried as an Iranian citizen.
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