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French couple go missing while on holiday in Iran

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A French couple has gone missing while on holiday in Iran, an official from the union one of them represents said on Thursday, a day after Iran’s intelligence ministry said it had arrested two Europeans for allegedly fomenting “insecurity” there.

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Christophe Lalande, federal secretary of the FNEC FP-FO education union, said he had no news from his staffer and that while there was no “absolute certainty,” there was a “strong presumption” that it was her.

The couple had been on holiday in Iran, he said, adding that she had been due back in France earlier this week.

A diplomat based in the region confirmed the two arrested Europeans were French citizens.

France’s foreign ministry could not immediately confirm the arrest of its two citizens.

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