Thomas Erdbrink

New York Times

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Tehran bureau chief for the New York Times; former staff writer for the Washington Post, covering Iran

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Thomas Erdbrink is one of just a few Western journalists allowed to work in Iran.

What everyday life is like Iran

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Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian is an Iranian-America reporter who's been detained for the past 14 months – 447 days -- in Iran on vague charges of espionage.

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