DUBAI (Reuters) – Iranian authorities have restricted British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s contacts with her daughter to once a month and banned her from calling her husband, the BBC reported on Tuesday.
“Richard Ratcliffe said new rules mean she cannot make international calls to him in London – and can only see their five-year-old daughter once a month,” the BBC said on its website.
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Britain’s Guardian newspaper said Zaghari-Ratcliffe could previously see her daughter, who lives with her grandparents in Iran, every few days in prison.
There was no immediate Iranian report or comment...
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