People follow the foreign currency rate in front of money exchange shops in downtown Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)
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Iran's vice-president in charge of environmental affairs has called for an explanation on the fate of more than a dozen activists arrested this year, state news agency IRNA reported Sunday.Iran has arrested at least a dozen environmental activists since January on charges of spying for foreign intelligence agencies, but few details have been released.Iran's judiciary, however, considers itself as the only authority on settling the question of spying and has warned other bodies not to interfere.
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