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Americans seek 'prisoner' swap with Iran for jailed U.S. reporter


A senior Iranian official is quoted as saying that unnamed Americans have contacted Iran for a deal to swap imprisoned Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian for other unspecified detainees. Mana Rabiee reports.

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