Journalism is a risky business in Iran

10/19/2010 | Der Spiegel (Germany) (English online version)

Tehran remains hypersensitive to critical media coverage, consistently sending Iranian journalists and publishers to prison for their work on a variety of charges such as espionage, and forcing foreign journalists to leave the country. In many cases, such as that of Iranian-American Roxana Saberi, media personnel are released by Tehran in a manner calculated for political gain.

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