Iranian Defector: US Working 'On Behalf' of Iran
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An Iranian journalist and top media aide to Iran's President Hassan Rouhani defected while covering the nuclear talks in Switzerland and has accused the United States' team of acting on Iran's behalf in the negotiations. Amir Hossein Motaghi defected late last week, saying he no longer saw any point in his profession in a country whose government told him what to write. [Full Story]
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