Campaigners mark one year since British mother detained

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Campaigners mark one year since British mother detained

Today marks a year since a British-Iranian woman from West Hampstead was imprisoned in Tehran for allegedly plotting to topple the government.

Family and friends of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who have campaigned for her release gathered yesterday to read some messages of hope sent by her. 

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