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Shahram Amiri, center, an Iranian nuclear scientist who disappeared a year ago, holds his 7-year-old son Amir Hossein at the conclusion of his news briefing as he arrived at the Imam Khomeini airport just outside Tehran, Iran, Thursday, July 15, 2010. Mr. Amiri claimed Thursday he suffered extreme mental and physical torture at the hands of U.S. interrogators after disappearing last year, adding to Tehran's allegations he was abducted by American agents. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
Photo by: Vahid Salemi
Shahram Amiri, center, an Iranian nuclear scientist who disappeared a year ago, holds his 7-year-old son Amir Hossein at the conclusion of his news briefing as he arrived at the Imam Khomeini airport just outside Tehran, Iran, Thursday, July 15, 2010. Mr. Amiri claimed Thursday he suffered extreme mental and physical torture at the hands of U.S. interrogators after disappearing last year, adding to Tehran's allegations he was abducted by American agents. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)

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