Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe collapses in Iran's Evin prison

Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe is currently in prison in Iran

Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe is currently in prison in Iran

JAILED British charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has "blacked out" and been taken to a prison clinic, her husband revealed.

Her supporters confirmed she collapsed this morning after suffering several panic attacks.

Zaghari-Ratcliffe spent time with her family for three days last week after being released temporarily from detention, but was returned to jail on Sunday evening, dashing her family's hopes of an extension. Beyond that, she is a prisoner of conscience who has been unjustly jailed and must be released immediately and unconditionally.

Zaghari-Ratcliffe was told she must return to prison on Sunday and the two conditions of her release are that she not give any media interviews or visit the grounds of any foreign embassy.

Mr Ratcliffe said she spoke on Tuesday of a headache, numbness in her legs and right arm and a rash.

'I think it feels like the physical symptoms of crushing disappointment since she went back into prison.

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Her husband added that she had suffering from low blood pressure.

The British-Iranian mother, who works for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, has continuously insisted the take a look at with became to introduce her daughter Gabriella to family members.Following the records of her ill health on Wednesday, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said "all our tips and prayers" were with Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her family.

Bail for her temporary release was set at one billion rials ($23,800), with her family's home in Tehran used as collateral, the campaign said.

His predecessor Boris Johnson came under heavy criticism after appearing to jeopardise Zaghari-Ratcliffe's defence previous year by saying she was training journalists during a visit in 2016, something her employer and family strongly deny. She is now serving a five-year jail sentence for allegedly spying in a high-profile case that has strained British-Iranian relations since she was arrested in April 2016.

Her four-year-old daughter Gabriella, he said had been due to have a family visit today.

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