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Iranian jailed journalists

Jailed journalist gets break from serving sentence

Jailed Iranian journalist Massoud Bastani was granted temporary release on Sunday November 10. » read more

Journalist brothers sentenced after months under arrest

Jailed Iranian journalists Khosro and Massoud Kordpour were sentenced to long term prison sentences after 250 days of arrest and three court sessions. » read more

High-profile journalist gets temporary leave from prison

Prominent jailed journalist Bahman Ahmadi Amouyi has been given temporary leave from Rejai Shahr Prison. » read more

Journalist released from prison after years of poor health

Journalist Issa Saharkhiz, who’s been behind bars for more than four years, was released from Rejai Shahr Prison on Thursday October 3. » read more

Journalist couple gets jail leave together

Jailed Iranian journalist Mahsa Amrabadi was granted leave from Evin Prison on Wednesday July 18. » read more

Journalist brothers transferred to prison

Khosro and Massoud Kordpour, two Iranian journalists, have been transferred to the central Mahabad Prison four months after their arrest. » read more

Journalist released, lawyer given furlough

Jailed Iranian journalist Jila Bani Yaghoub has been released at the end of her sentence, and Nasrin Sotoudeh, the jailed human rights lawyer, has been given a furlough. » read more

Jailed journalist on hunger strike

Jailed journalist Khosro Kordpour, director of the Mokerian News Agency in Kurdistan, has been on hunger strike for 11 days at the Intelligence Ministry’s Oroumiyeh Detention Centre as a protest against his undetermined state in custody. » read more

News of death brings heart attack to jailed journalist

Jailed journalist Mohammad Davari has suffered a heart attack in Evin Prison after hearing the news of his brother’s death. » read more

Iran repeats accusations against detained journalists

Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence has issued a second statement regarding the arrest of a number of journalists in the past week, once again accusing them of having links to foreign media. » read more