LABOR MP SAYS HE SPENT $25,000 ENSURING HE WASN'T IRANIAN

Labor Senator Sam Dasyari, who fled Iran as a boy, has declared he spent $25,000 of his own money to ensure he wasn't a dual citizen with the theocratic Islamic republic.

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