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Three Australians arrested near Iran's aerospace base in Semnan

Three Australian nationals, two men and a woman, were arrested close to an Iranian aerospace base in Semnan, Iranian Young Reporters' website reported on 22 July 2011. The website said the three were arrested at noon on Thursday 21 July in

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