Two Americans detained and accused of spying after hiking near the Iraq-Iran border three years ago will marry Saturday in the San Francisco Bay area.
Two American hikers accused of spying and imprisoned in Iran are planning to get married in the spring.
Three Americans once jailed in Iran say they’re feeling thankful and relieved. They stopped in Minnesota this weekend thanking people for support during their 780 days behind bars.
Three Americans who were imprisoned in Iran and accused of espionage are lending their support to activists with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Mediators from Iraq and Oman are asking Iran to release two Americans convicted of spying.
The Gulf state of Oman dispatched a private plane to Iran Wednesday amid efforts toward a bail-for-freedom deal for two Americans jailed for spying — in a possible replay of the diplomatic exchange that freed a third member of the group last year.
The families of two Americans imprisoned in Iran for nearly two years say they’re counting on a court hearing Sunday to end their ordeal at last.
A trial is scheduled for July 31 for two American hikers imprisoned in Iran and one family member is cautiously optimistic about it, after previous trials were canceled.
Iranian authorities will hold a hearing next month in the case of three American hikers who have been charged with espionage, their lawyer said Tuesday.
The families of the two American hikers imprisoned in Iran are planning a rally in Minnesota next month, the home state for one of the men.
Iran expects to make a final decision in the case of three Americans charged with espionage by late August, Iran’s official news agency said Tuesday. Two of the three have been in Iranian custody since 2009.
The mothers of two U.S. hikers held in Iran for nearly two years said they are starting a hunger strike Thursday in solidarity with their sons, whom they believe are fasting while awaiting trial on espionage charges.
The trial for the two American hikers charged with espionage in Iran has been postponed.
Two American men held in Iran for nearly 2 years will go on trial in the Tehran Revolutionary Court this week on charges of espionage.
An American woman released from prison in Iran says she won’t go back to stand trial there alongside two fellow hikers charged with spying for the U.S.