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Two British-Australian women and another foreign national, also believed to be Australian, have been detained in Iran.
The Times of London has reported a blogger who was travelling through Asia with her Australian boyfriend, and an academic who studied at Cambridge University and has been working at a university in Australia, were seized in separate incidents.
The two women are believed to be currently held at the Evin prison in Tehran, where Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe a 41-year-old British-Iranian national has been incarcerated on spying charges since 2016.
Marise Payne’s office has been contacted.
Zali Steggall is speaking to Laura Jayes on Sky about why she wants the parliament to declare a climate emergency.
Essentially, she says, it boils down to a need to act.