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Iran agrees to release three Finnish employees of Nokia Siemens Networks

Iran has agreed to release three Finnish employees of Nokia Siemens Networks who were detained after straying into Iran's territorial waters during.

"They (the men) have contacted us and said they will return to Dubai shortly," Nokia Siemens spokesman Barry French said. "We certainly appreciate the support of the government of Finland in reaching out to the Iranian counterparts." He gave no other details.

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