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Peterson and Approximately one thousand other plaintiffs v Iran and Iranian Ministry of Information and Security, Judgment, 264 F.Supp.2d 46 (DDC 2003), ILDC 810 (US 2003), 30th May 2003, United States; District of Columbia; District Court for the District of Columbia [DDC]

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Whether Iran, which had been designated as a state sponsor of terrorism, and its agents, were immune under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act for providing funding and support to a terrorist group.

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