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Of the 39 people tried for fraud, biggest in the country's history, court orders death for four of those convicted.
Case of ex-soldier Amir Mirzai Hekmati, handed a death sentence in January for spying, sent back for retrial.
Case ratchets up a war of words between the two countries as tensions flare over Tehran's nuclear programme.
Amir Hekmati, a former US military translator of Iranian origin, convicted of spying for the CIA by an Iranian court.
Two US men released after being jailed for spying say they were caught up in political crossfire between two countries.
Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal return to New York after being held for more than two years and convicted for spying.
Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal fly back to New York after being held for more than two years on charges of spying.
One Iranian woman's fight for retribution after being blinded by an acid attack.
Foreign minister brings back pair detained for interviewing son of woman sentenced to death by stoning.
In a literal interpretation of its eye-for-an eye law, an Iranian court orders a man to lose an eye and part of an ear.
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