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DUBAI, Nov 22 (Reuters) - An Iranian court has sentenced Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian to a prison term, the state
"We are back in a different waiting pattern."
DUBAI, June 3 (Reuters) - An Iranian court will hold a second hearing next week for Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian
Ali earlier told Reuters Television that his brother, the Post's Tehran bureau chief, had lost 40 pounds (18 kg) in prison
(Reporting by Nadine Alfa, writing by Ian Simpson; Editing by Richard Chang) "I think the only reason you could possibly
The Washington Post's executive editor has clarified an article published by The Associated Press regarding the legal situation
The paper, of course, is reporting on Rezaian's ongoing ordeal, and Baron said those covering the story should not sign the
Despite Salavati's alarming record, Rezaian's family expressed hope that outside forces may intervene to ensure the reporter
Kerry said in a statement on Dec. 7 that he has raised Rezaian's case directly with Iranian officials multiple times, presumably
Jason's brother, Ali Rezaian, told HuffPost Live on Monday that there is no "legitimate" charge that his brother could be
My family confirms that on November 18th the judge responsible for Jason’s case has extended his possible detention by two
Asked about the likelihood of his brother's release, Ali confirmed that he remains hopeful. "They've said in the past that
Iran denies Western allegations that it is trying to stifle dissent by arresting moderate politicians, student activists
Meanwhile, Post editor Marty Baron told the Times in a statement that the newspaper has not received any information about
The conservative Iranian media has broken its silence on the arrest of Washington Post Tehran correspondent Jason Rezaian
To some, Jason is simply the latest in a long line of journalists who have been treated terribly by the Iranian government. To others, he's recognizable from sporadic in-person encounters or his Washington Post byline. But to me, he's J -- my good friend that also happens to be a stellar journalist in Iran.
A spokesman for the U.S. State Department told the Washington Post, "Our highest priority is the safety and welfare of U.S