Two Americans who were detained and accused of spying after hiking near the Iraq-Iran border three years ago have been married in Northern California, a family friend said Sunday.
Two Americans jailed in Iran as spies have been released from Tehran’s prison after more than two years in custody.
Twenty-nine-year old American hikers Josh Fattal, whose family lives in Elkins Park, Montgomery County and Shane Bauer have been in jail in Iran for two years.
Supporters of a hiker from suburban Philadelphia being held in Iran are fasting to protest his second straight birthday behind bars.
Authorities in Iran yesterday delayed trial for a Montgomery County man and another hiker who are charged with spying. It’s another disappointment for their families.
Former heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali is hoping to influence the outcome of a serious bout pitting the country of Iran against two hikers, one of them a Montgomery County, Pa. native.
After a year and a half behind bars in Iran, the trial of three Americans accused of spying began Sunday in a closed-door courtroom in Tehran.
The families of the men being held are getting some help from local businesses to boost the fight to bring them home.
The mother of Elkins Park hiker Josh Fattal, who was arrested by Iranian authorities along with his friend Shane Bauer and his girlfriend Sarah Shourd last year, has organized a demonstration today on Independence Mall […]