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Iran acknowledges open case involving kidnapped American

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Iran acknowledged to the U.N. for the first time that it has had an ongoing court case involving Robert Levinson, an American who went missing in Iran nearly 13 years ago. NBC News’ Ali Arouzi reports on how the recent breakdown in diplomatic relations with Iran is affecting the case.