Spanish man trekking to World Cup believed arrested in Iran


              FILE - In this undated photo provided the the Sanchez Cogedor family, Santiago Sanchez Cogedor smiles in this family photo shown to the Associated Press in their home in Henches, Spain, Monday Oct. 24, 2022. The family of a Spanish man trekking from Madrid to Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup say he is believed to be under arrest in Iran, where he went missing more than three weeks ago. Celia Cogedor, the mother of 41-year-old trekker Santiago Sanchez, told The Associated Press on Wednesday, Oct. 26 that the Spanish foreign ministry said there's a 99% chance he has been arrested. (Sanchez Cogedor family, via AP, File)
            
              FILE - In this photo provided the the Sanchez Cogedor family, Santiago Sanchez Cogedor, right, posing with his sister Natalia in this family photo date stamped Sept, 9, 2005 is shown to the Associated Press in their home in Henches, Spain, Monday Oct. 24, 2022. The family of a Spanish man trekking from Madrid to Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup say he is believed to be under arrest in Iran, where he went missing more than three weeks ago. Celia Cogedor, the mother of 41-year-old trekker Santiago Sánchez, told The Associated Press on Wednesday, Oct. 26 that the Spanish foreign ministry said there's a 99% chance he has been arrested. (Sanchez Cogedor family, via AP, File)
            
              The parents of Santiago Sanchez Cogedor, Celia Cogedor, left and Santiago Sanchez speak during an interview with The Associated Press in their home in Henches, Spain, Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. The family of a Spanish man trekking from Madrid to Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup say he is believed to be under arrest in Iran, where he went missing more than three weeks ago. Celia Cogedor, the mother of 41-year-old trekker Santiago Sánchez, told The Associated Press on Wednesday, Oct. 26 that the Spanish foreign ministry said there's a 99% chance he has been arrested. (AP Photo/Paul White)
Spanish man trekking to World Cup believed arrested in Iran