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Jason Rezaian’s journey has taken him from a childhood in San Francisco to his father’s native Iran. At 37, he became the Washington Post correspondent in Tehran. In July 2014, he was thrown into Iran’s Evin Prison, where he remains, without access to a lawyer. This is his story.

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Iranian media says Post correspondent Jason Rezaian convicted

Washington PostIranian TV says Post correspondent Jason Rezaian convictedWashington PostJason Rezaian, The Washington Post correspondent in Tehran imprisoned for more than 14 months has been convicted in an espionage trial that ended two months ago, Iranian State TV has reported. News of a verdict in Tehran s Revolutionary Court initially

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In Iran, Jason Rezaian’s Reporting Strengths Led to Suspicion, Then Detention

In Iran, Jason Rezaian’s Reporting Strengths Led to Suspicion, Then Detention - The New York Times

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Jason Rezaian of Washington Post Goes on Trial in Iran

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Jason Rezaian and three other US prisoners leave Iran

Iran releases four Iranian Americans, one of them thought to be reporter Jason Rezaian, as it anticipates the likely lifting of international sanctions imposed over its nuclear programme. BBC News - Four US prisoners freed in Iran http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-35333656

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Iranian media says Post correspondent Jason Rezaian convicted

According to Iranian TV, Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian has been convicted in an espionage trial in Iran. : The Washington Post - 10/12/15

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Iranian media says Post correspondent Jason Rezaian convicted

Iranian TV says Post correspondent Jason Rezaian convicted - The Washington Post

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Amid Report of Jason Rezaian’s Conviction, Iran Hints at Prisoner Exchange

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Iran Frees Americans, Including Jason Rezaian, in Prisoner Swap

Iran Frees Americans, Including Jason Rezaian, in Prisoner Swap - NYTimes.com