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Hikers Released by Iran Set May Date for Wedding

Two American hikers released from an Iranian prison are planning for a wedding in the spring. Cindy Hickey, the mother of Minnesota native Shane Bauer, says her son will marry Californian Sarah Shourd on May 5 in the San Francisco area.

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Freed Americans Thank Minnesota Community

Three Americans freed from prison in Iran paid a visit to a Minnesota community that was instrumental in lobbying for their release.

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Freed Hikers Support Occupy Wall Street Movement

Three Americans who were imprisoned in Iran and accused of espionage are lending their support to activists with the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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Newly Freed Hiker Bauer Back Home in Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Shane Bauer is enjoying some quiet family time in Minnesota just two weeks after walking out of an Iranian prison. Bauer arrived this week at his mother's rural home near Pine City with his fiancée, Sarah Shourd. His mother, Cindy Hickey, says the visit has been filled with walks in the country, sing-alongs around the fire and cooking meals together.

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Freed Americans in Seclusion with Families in Oman

Two Americans released from an Iranian prison are spending their first full day of freedom in seclusion with their families, after more than two years in custody accused as spies.

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Families of 2 Men Freed from Iran Prison Overjoyed

The families of two Americans freed from an Iranian prison are calling today the best day of their lives. Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal were driven out of a prison in Tehran on Wednesday, nearly 26 months after being arrested near the Iraq-Iran border.

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Iran Releases 2 Americans Jailed as Spies

Two Americans jailed in Iran as spies have been released from Tehran's prison after more than two years in custody. Associated Press reporters saw a convoy of vehicles with Swiss and Omani diplomats leaving Evin prison Wednesday with the freed Americans inside.

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Lawyer for 2 Americans say Bail Deal Approved

The lawyer for two Americans jailed as spies in Iran says a $1 million bail-for-freedom deal has been approved by the courts, clearing the way for the release of the men after more than two years in custody.

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U.S. Religious Envoy says Hikers’ Release ‘Imminent’ [VIDEO]

A delegation of U.S. Christian and Muslim leaders has returned from Iran saying the release of two Americans is imminent.

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Clinton: U.S. Hopes for Quick Release Of Hikers

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the United States is hopeful for the quick release of two remaining detained American hikers in Iran, after Iran's president pledged to pardon them.

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