Iran on Monday rejected a US court order for Tehran to pay $180 million in damages to a Washington Post reporter for jailing him on espionage charges. ...
A US federal judge on Friday ordered the government of Iran to pay Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian and his family $180 million in damages for ...
Washington Post staffer Jason Rezaian claims he suffered physical mistreatment and severe psychological abuse
Rezaian was jailed from July until January, when he was released as part of a prisoner exchange between the US and Iran
US President Barack Obama met Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, who spent 18 months in an Iranian prison
Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian said it was humbling to learn of efforts to free him during his imprisonment
Newspaper said owner Jeff Bezos has flown Jason Rezaian back to the United States after his release from Iranian custody
Rezaian and two other Iranian-Americans arrived on Sunday in Landstuhl where they were undergoing medical evaluations
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, freed from Iran on Sunday after being held in custody more than a year and half
Three Iranian-Americans left Tehran on Sunday under a prisoner swap following the lifting of sanctions on Iran
Jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian is one of four dual-national prisoners freed today by Iran's govt.
Iran has accused Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian of collecting confidential information and giving it to hostile governments
The Washington Post journalist who has been held by Iran’s government for nearly 18 months was allowed visit with relatives for several hours on Christmas Day
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian was arrested in July 2014 and had been accused of espionage
Jason Rezaian, Tehran bureau chief for the Washington Post - who has been behind bars in Iran since July 2014 - was this week convicted of espionage. ...
Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron said the verdict against Rezaian was indefensible and that no sentence had been announced
Jason Rezaian, a correspondent for The Washington Post, was arrested in July 2014 and accused of spying
Rezaian was arrested over a year ago and has been held for months without charges in Iran
Obama has called on Tehran to release Rezaian and two other detained Americans
Jason Rezaian, Tehran bureau chief for the Washington Post, was arrested in July 2014 and charged with espionage
Jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian's trial in Iran has yet to end
Friday's statement says the detention and closed-door trial violate Rezaian's rights and serve to intimidate journalists in Iran
Detained Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian to appear in an Iranian court for the last hearing
Rezaian on Wednesday completed one year in an Iranian jail, making his duration behind bars three times longer than any other Western journalist
Rezaian, the newspaper’s Tehran Correspondent, was detained in the capital almost one year ago
The trial of Rezaian, the newspaper's Iran bureau chief, began behind closed doors at a Revolutionary Court in Tehran
Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian has been held since July last year in a politically sensitive case
Washington Post’s Tehran correspondent Jason Rezaian was arrested in July last year in a politically sensitive case
Rezaian, a 39-year-old dual American-Iranian citizen, was detained in Tehran on July 22 last year
The Washington Post said Monday allegations that its Tehran reporter was engaged in espionage were "absurd"
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