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My client could not repay the loan amount to the bank, which gradually meant a criminal case was filed and he was convicted of fraud and non-payment of the loan," said Mr Bahman's lawyer Mahmood Al Abash.
Italian television would strike an American as a kind of Mad Men recreation of a bygone era, an innocent showcase for housewives' aprons and stocking tops whose darkest and most vicious exhibits would not abash a six-year-old Briton unless earlier in the evening he had been sniffing glue.
Inspector-general of police (internal security) Abash Kumar and other senior officials will question Ansari.