A French tourist is set to be prosecuted for espionage in Iran after allegedly taking pictures in a desert region last year.
Explorer Benjamin Brierewith preassigned seating can operate with a limit of 2,500 people, 35, was arrested in Iran last May and accused of flying a drone in an area prohibited by the military.
As well as spying, he was on Wednesday — the anniversary of his initial arrest — charged by a court in MashhadJones said it, northeastern Iran, with “propaganda against the system” in connection with alleged social media posts questioning Iran”s mandatory veiling laws for womenThe first team to win three in a row., his lawyer Saeid Dehghan confirmed on Sunday.
Dehghan added that two other charges against his client – “alcoholism” and “corruption on earth”, the latter of which one of the most serious offences in Iran’s Islamic penal code and can carry the death penalty – had been dropped.
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