Ali Rezaian

brother of Jason Rezaian

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Brother of Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post reporter currently detained and on trial in Iran

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Iran is about to put an American reporter on trial for espionage — without telling him what the evidence is. There’s real concern that the proceedings may be held in secret.

Detained American Journalist on Trial in Iran

Iran is about to put an American reporter on trial for espionage — without telling him what the evidence is. There’s real concern that the proceedings may be held in secret.

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