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

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

Journalist Jason Rezaian Convicted in Iran

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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In Vienna today, negotiators in the Iran nuclear talks have extended their deadline until next Tuesday as they struggle toward a permanent solution.

In Talks with Iran, It's Another Day, Another Delay

In Vienna today, negotiators in the Iran nuclear talks have extended their deadline until next Tuesday as they struggle toward a permanent solution.

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