By Edmund Blair
TEHRAN (Reuters) - All 15 British navy personnel held by Iran have admitted entering Iranian waters illegally, a Tehran news agency said on Monday, but Iran indicated a softer line by saying it would not air film of their "confessions."
Iran's ISNA agency said the decision not to show the film, after similar broadcasts enraged London during the 10-day-old dispute, was based on what the report said was a shift in the "clamorous policies" of the British government
Britain has dismissed earlier television "confessions" and said they were unacceptable, adding the 15 were in Iraqi waters

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