Jailed Iranian sues Nokia Siemens

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

    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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