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 detained in Iran on charges of seeking to overthrow the government was implicated in anti-regime protests in 2009, a judicial official said.A report from Iran's Mizan news agency late Friday said she was implicated in mass protests against the re-election of hardline president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2009, a movement dubbed "the sedition" by the authorities.Zaghari-Ratcliffe, was arrested at Tehran airport on April 3 as she prepared to return to Britain with her two-year-old daughter after visiting family in Iran.Iran does not recognize dual citizenship, and if put on trial she will be considered an Iranian.
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