Saberi thanks those who helped her get out of Iran jail, details about case against her emerge

Joyful Saberi, free from Iran jail, thanks backers

TEHRAN, Iran — A joyful Roxana Saberi on Tuesday thanked those who helped win her release after four months in a Tehran prison. Her lawyer revealed that the American journalist was convicted of spying for the U.S. in part because she had a copy of a confidential Iranian report on the U.S. war in Iraq.

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Saberi thanks those who helped her get out of Iran jail, details about case against her emerge

Saberi joyful, grateful to be out of Iranian jail

TEHRAN, Iran — A joyful Roxana Saberi on Tuesday thanked those who helped win her release after four months in a Tehran prison. Her lawyer revealed that the American journalist was convicted of spying for the U.S. in part because she had a copy of a confidential Iranian report on the U.S. war in Iraq.

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Lawyer: US journalist had a confidential document on Iraq war, used against her in spy trial

Lawyer: Saberi trial over a confidential document

TEHRAN, Iran — A lawyer for an American journalist freed after four months imprisoned in Iran says she obtained a confidential document about the U.S. war in Iraq while working as a translator for a powerful clerical body, which was used against her in her espionage trial.

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Smiling Saberi says she very happy to be out of Iran jail, thanks those who helped her release

Smiling Saberi happy to be out of Iranian jail

TEHRAN, Iran — American journalist Roxana Saberi said Tuesday she is very happy to be free and reunited with her parents and thanked those who helped win her release after four months in an Iranian prison, as new details emerged of her conviction on charges of spying for the United States.

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US journalist freed by Iran after 4 months in jail, reunited with parents

US journalist freed by Iran, reunited with parents

TEHRAN, Iran — An American journalist imprisoned on espionage charges in Iran for four months was freed Monday and reunited with her smiling, tearful parents — a move that clears a major obstacle to President Barack Obama’s attempts at dialogue with the top U.S. adversary in the Middle East. The United States had said the charges against Roxana Saberi, a 32-year-old dual Iranian-American citizen, were baseless and repeatedly demanded her release.

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US journalist freed by Iran after 5 months in jail, reunites with parents

US journalist freed by Iran, reunites with parents

TEHRAN, Iran — An American journalist jailed for four months in Iran was freed Monday and reunited with her parents after an appeals court suspended her eight-year prison sentence on charges of spying for the U.S. Her parents said they would bring her home to the U.S. within days.

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Lawyer: US journalist leaves jail in Iran after court suspends her prison sentence

Lawyer: US reporter leaves jail in Iran

TEHRAN, Iran — A lawyer for a U.S. journalist jailed in Iran says she has been freed from prison after an appeals court suspended her eight-year jail sentence. Abdolsamad Khorramshahi says Roxana Saberi is “now out of jail.”

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Iran to free jailed American journalist after court suspends 8-year prison term, lawyers say

Iran to free jailed US journalist, lawyers say

TEHRAN, Iran — An American journalist jailed in Iran will be freed Monday and can leave the country immediately, her lawyers said after an appeals court suspended her eight-year prison sentence.

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Lawyer: Iran to free jailed American journalist after court suspends jail term

Lawyer: Iran to free jailed American journalist

TEHRAN, Iran — An American journalist jailed in Iran will be freed Monday and can leave the country immediately, her lawyer said Monday after an appeals court suspended her eight-year prison sentence.

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Lawyer for jailed US journalist in Iran says he’s optimistic her verdict will change

Lawyer defends jailed US reporter at Iran court

TEHRAN, Iran — A lawyer for a jailed American journalist in Iran said Sunday he was optimistic that an appeals court will reduce her eight-year prison sentence for allegedly spying for the United States.

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