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State Dept. Expresses Concern About Americans Detained In Iran

(Washington, DC) -- The Obama administration is keeping an eye on the situation involving three Americans, including a "Washington Post" reporter, who are being held in Iran. State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf was pressed about the matter Friday.
The "Post" says Jason Rezaian and the others were detained earlier this week. He's been the "Post's" Tehran correspondent since 2012. It's not clear who is holding the trio or even why they were detained.

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