Unearthed Remains Cloaked in Conundrum

Unearthed Remains Cloaked in ConundrumUnearthed Remains Cloaked in Conundrum

The case of the body discovered in Shahr-e Rey in southern Tehran which is claimed to be the mummified body of the former king of Iran Reza Pahlavi (1878–1944) is in a state of ambiguity with officials making contradictory comments. 
Eye witnesses have claimed to have seen an excavator near the Shah-Abdol-Azim shrine unearthing an apparently mummified body.  
The news immediately went viral without official confirmation fueling rumors that it belongs to the Pahlavi king, ISNA reported. 


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