This undated photo made available by the Free Nazanin Campaign, shows Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe. (Free Nazanin Campaign via AP)
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An Iranian-British woman serving a five-year prison sentence in Iran for plotting the "soft toppling" of its government while traveling with her toddler daughter faces new charges that could add 16 years to her sentence, her husband said Monday.Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe faced a court hearing Sunday at Tehran's infamous Evin prison where she heard of the new charges being brought against her by Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which prevent her from seeking early release next month.State media in Iran also did not immediately report on the new charges.Iranian-Canadian national Abdolrasoul Dorri Esfahani, who helped his country negotiate the nuclear deal, received a five-year prison sentence on espionage charges.Former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared in Iran in 2007 while on an unauthorized CIA mission, remains missing as well.
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