Iran’s opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi was admitted to a Tehran hospital’s CCU on Thursday for heart problems. State-owned media claimed on Friday that he was in good condition and was released from hospital and sent back to his house that is controlled by the ministry of intelligence to continue his house arrest.
Mousavi, the former prime minister of Iran during the 8-year Iran-Iraq war, has been under incarceration without charge since he was declared the loser of the 2009 disputed presidential election.
File Photo Credit: Mostafa Nikoubazi/Reuters
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