Stuart Loory

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Lee Hills Chair in Free-Press Studies in the Missouri School of Journalism and editor of Global Journalist, a magazine for the international news business; former staffer at CNN, the Chicago Sun-Times and the Los Angeles Times

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US-Iranian journalist  Roxana Saberi  is waging a hunger strike in Iran, where she's been sentenced to eight years in prison on a spying charge.

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