Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The FBI won’t give up on “finding out what happened” to former agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared from an Iranian island in 2007 and is believed to have died in Iranian custody, FBI Director Christopher Wray wrote in an email to his workforce on Thursday.The email, obtained by The Associated Press, was sent a day after Levinson’s family revealed that the U.S. government believes Levinson is dead. The family’s statement on Wednesday said officials don’t know “when or how he died, only that it was prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.”ROBERT LEVINSON, RETIRED FBI AGENT, PRESUMED DEAD IN IRANIAN CUSTODY OVER A DECADE AFTER DISAPPEARANCEWray met with the Levinson family and “explained that the most credible evidence we have collected over the past 13 years points to the likelihood that Bob died in captivity,” he writes in the email.“It pained me to deliver that news, but I believe that we owed Bob’s family a thorough and candid presentation of the information that we’ve collected,” Wray wrote without divulging more details pointing to evidence of Levinson’s death.Levinson was 58 when he traveled to Kish Island, Iran, in 2007 while working as a


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