Former 'Time' Magazine Journalist Says She Was Targeted By Iranian Spies Mary Louise Kelly talks to Iranian-American writer Azadeh Moaveni about how Iran's intelligence establishment tries to intimidate journalists, and what happened to her in a London cafe.
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Former 'Time' Magazine Journalist Says She Was Targeted By Iranian Spies

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Former 'Time' Magazine Journalist Says She Was Targeted By Iranian Spies

Former 'Time' Magazine Journalist Says She Was Targeted By Iranian Spies

Former 'Time' Magazine Journalist Says She Was Targeted By Iranian Spies

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Mary Louise Kelly talks to Iranian-American writer Azadeh Moaveni about how Iran's intelligence establishment tries to intimidate journalists. In a recent article in Foreign Policy magazine, Moaveni writes about an experience that started with a tweet from someone claiming to represent a popular Iranian TV station.