Iran is acknowledging for the first time it has an open case before its Revolutionary Court over the 2007 disappearance of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, The Associated Press reported Saturday.
In a filing to the United Nations, Iran said the case over Levinson was “ongoing,” without elaborating. It was not immediately clear how long the case had been open, nor the circumstances by which it started.
Levinson vanished in Iran in 2007 while on an unauthorized CIA mission and remains missing. In the past, Iran insisted that Levinson is not in the country and that it has no further information about him.
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