Iran allows Canadian professor free
A Canadian professor of Iranian origin, who in June in Tehran was arrested, is released. This reported a spokesman of the Iranian ministry of Foreign Affairs Monday.
The 65-year-old woman, Homa Hoodfar (65), the country has already left, said the spokesman, according to the news channel PressTV.
The retired anthropologist and sociologist from Montreal was accused of being the security of the state to undermine. They would be sick and is on humanitarian grounds and released.
The Iranian Foreign minister, Mohammed Javad Zarif, said september 21 in New York with his Canadian colleague, Stéphane Dion. The two countries have already had four years of no diplomatic relations, but work to restore it.