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Israel protests as 10 Jews are convicted of spying in Iran

The 10 Jews received sentences between four and 13 years

The 10 Jews received sentences between four and 13 years. Jim Muir reports from Tehran about the Israeli protest and the relief that they were not given death sentences.

Also on the programme: scientists' first draft of the human genome sparks criticism from religious leaders and the Archbishop who has been denied a tipple by Royal command.

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BBC World Service Archive

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