Concern over the fate of The New York Times bureau chief in Tehran, Thomas Erdbrink, has continued after months of him not contributing to the publication or posting to his Twitter account, with some questioning his safety.
.@ThomasErdbrink of the @nytimes has gone quiet since publishing this article. And his Twitter feed stopped at this time. For better or worse, his reporting from #Iran has an impact in the US. Why has he been silent? https://t.co/kPv9DyFI86— Alireza Nader (@AlirezaNader) June 8, 2019
Why @nytimes doesn't say anything about its Tehran bureau's chief @ThomasErdbrink's situation? Why the outlet doesn't tell you that the regime took away Thomas' press pass after his piece for the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, and he is banned from traveling outside?— Amir Etemadi (@amiretemadi) June 7, 2019