TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran has released a Danish student who was arrested on November 4 during a rally to mark the 30th anniversary of U.S. Embassy seizure, the official IRNA news agency said.
"The Danish student was released following the end of investigations," IRNA said, quoting a judiciary official.
Security forces clashed with supporters of Iran's opposition leader Mir Hossein Musavi when they used the anti-U.S. rallies to revive protests against the clerical establishment after a June 12 presidential vote.
President Mahmud Ahmadinejad, locked in a row with the West over Iran's nuclear program, won a second term.
The turmoil after the June vote was the worst in Iran since the 1979 Islamic revolution.
Authorities deny rigging the voting and portrayed the unrest as a foreign-backed bid to undermine the Islamic state.
On November 9, Iran charged with espionage three U.S. citizens
, held after they strayed into Iran from northern Iraq at the end of July.