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Federal Government seeks access to jailed Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert moved to new prison in Iran – ABC News

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says it is seeking access to jailed Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, after she was moved to a new prison on Iran.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has said it is seeking access to jailed Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, after she was moved to a new prison in Iran.
Key points:

  • Dr Moore-Gilbert was convicted of spying and sentenced to 10 years’ jail in Iran
  • DFAT confirmed she had been moved from Evin prison to Qarchak prison
  • The department says it holds Iran responsible for her “safety and well-being”

Dr Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer at Melbourne Uni…

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