BEIRUT--The Iranian government has published a 12-volume series of secret U.S. documents seized by militant students during the 1979 embassy takeover in Tehran, travelers from Iran said yesterday.
The sources said that the publication is being sold in bookstores in Tehran and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has seized copies from travelers entering the United States.
The Associated Press, which obtained some of the volumes, said yesterday that one volume is in English and is titled "Documents From the American Spy Den in Tehran." Other volumes are in Farsi, the language of Iran.
The Iranian embassy in Beirut plans to distribute the book to foreign embassies, news organizations and students in that city, an Iranian embassy official who refused to be identified said yesterday.
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