Christiane Amanpour: 2016 Burton Benjamin Memorial Award Acceptance Speech

Christiane Amanpour, chief international correspondent and anchor at CNN, received CPJ's Burton Benjamin Memorial Award for extraordinary and sustained achievement in the cause of press freedom at the 2016 International Press Freedom Awards ceremony in New York on November 22, 2016. "One of the most respected figures in journalism, Christiane Amanpour has reported from the world's major hot ...

Meet Our Man in Tehran

The New York Times: Dossier: Thomas Erdbrink Date of birth: Jan. 27, 1976 Hometown: Leiderdorp, Netherlands Lives: Tehran Education: B.A. in journalism, Hogeschool of Utrecht Employment: Tehran bureau chief, The New York Times Life Experience: I moved to Iran in 2002 and I’ve been married since 2003 to Newsha Tavakolian, a well-known Iranian photographer and artist. In 2008, I ...

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Nazila Fathi: The Evolution of Iran

Exiled Iranian journalist Nazila Fathi offers an insider’s look at unrest and inequality in Iran, beginning with the country’s 1979 revolution. Her book, The Lonely War chronicles regional history, political tensions, and the dramatic shift that occurred–and is still occurring–in her home country. Weaving together interviews with officials, ordinary citizens, and her ...

Iranian-American correspondent Jason Rezaian still remains jailed

AlJazeera America News: His family is confirming that he will be tried by an Iranian judge known for imposing harsh sentences

White House Disses Fox News by dropping "News" from its name

Iran from a different perspective | Azadeh Moaveni | TEDxLecce

Biography As far back as she can remember, author and journalist Azadeh Moaveni has felt at odds with her tangled identity as an Iranian-American. In suburban America, she lived in two worlds. At home, she was the daughter of the Iranian exile community, serving tea, clinging to tradition, and dreaming of Tehran. Outside, she was a California girl who practiced yoga and listened to Madonna. ...

Press TV correspondent Serena Shim killed near the Turkey-Syria border

Serena was killed in a reported car accident when she was returning from a report scene in the city of Suruch in Turkey's Urfa province. She was going back to her hotel in Urfa when their car collided with a heavy vehicle. Urfa province is near the Syrian border. Serena Shim covered reports for Press TV in Lebanon, Iraq, and Ukraine.

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Bourdain on Rezaian and Salehi: Detained couple was 'wonderful'

Anthony Bourdain appeals for the release of Jason Rezaian and Yeganeh Salehi. Anthony Bourdain talks about a couple he met while filming his show in Iran that is now being detained by the government.