Arrested woman, Johnson in Iran Saturday
DECEMBER 7 - British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson will travel to Teheran this weekend to try to unblock the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian town detained last April in Iran with the charge of 'conspiracy'. 

The Guardian reveals it. The minister's voyage was long awaited and solicited by public opinion and British politics. 

According to Nazanin's husband, who had organized a march in London ten days ago, she is on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

    Moreover, due to a gaffe of the Foreign Minister, his situation has risked getting worse. Johnson had in fact suggested to the House of Commons that the woman, a family mother who had become British by marriage and who had resided in the UK for years working for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, could go to Iran to carry out training with local journalists.

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