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U.S.-Iran detainee swap deal to go ahead on Monday, says Tehran

  • Iran and the United States are set to exchange prisoners as part of a deal where nearly $6 billion in Iranian assets reached Qatar. This exchange comes amid ongoing tensions between the two countries, particularly over Iran's nuclear program.
  • The planned swap includes the release of five Iranian prisoners held in the US, while Iran will receive five citizens. Two of the Iranian prisoners will remain in the US. The exchange comes ahead of the UN General Assembly, where Iran's President Raisi will speak.
  • The transfer of frozen Iranian assets held in South Korea to Qatar allows Iran access to the funds. The US states that the money will be used for humanitarian goods, but critics argue that it supports the Iranian economy and poses a threat to American troops and allies.
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