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Iran sentences Newsweek journalist to 13 years prison for reporting revolution

You would think Newsweek would be concerned

New York Times- "A correspondent for Newsweek jailed in Iran for nearly four months last year before leaving the country has been sentenced in absentia by an Iranian court to an extended flogging and more than 13 years in prison for counter-revolutionary acts, the government there announced Monday.

The severity of the sentence, announced a day after five Iranian Kurdish activists were abruptly hanged in a Tehran prison, appeared to be a new signal of repression ahead of the anniversary of the disputed presidential election last June 12, which galvanized Iran’s opposition movement into the biggest political threat to the Islamic theocracy since the 1979 revolution.

The anniversary of the rigged elections are next week, so that will be exciting. Protests and government executions have already begun.

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