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http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20050401.wkazside2/ BNStory/Front
“We took his case very seriously,” said a Canadian official who worked on the file. “The Iranians were almost on his track and the life of Dr. Azam was becoming highly endangered and he could not have stayed in Sweden for much longer without witness protection.”
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Ms. Kazemi’s son, Stephan Hachemi, who flew to Sweden to meet with Dr. Azam, believed the emergency-room physician would be safer in Canada than in Europe: “We interviewed a Swedish filmmaker who had been doing extensive work on the murders that had occurred in Sweden of Iranian dissidents. We thought that because this was a matter that directly concerned Canada, that he should come to Canada,” Mr. Hachemi said.

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