Jailed Iranian sues Nokia Siemens

Journalist says telecoms company sold surveillance gear to Iran's government.

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    An Iranian journalist imprisoned since 2009 is suing telecommunications giant Nokia Siemens in the US.

    Isa Saharkhiz says the company sold surveillance equipment to the Iranian government , and that is what led to his capture.

    Tom Ackerman reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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