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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

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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
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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.

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