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Ghahremani said that her meeting this week with Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion and Parliamentary Secretary Omar Alghabra left her “hopeful they will do what they can to help my aunt.” She added that she is also hopeful the Irish government will assist.
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Hoodfar went to Iran to visit family members and to research at the country’s parliamentary library archives, according to Ghahremani.