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Saberi: 'They Could Not Hurt My Soul Unless I Let Them'

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Saberi: 'They Could Not Hurt My Soul Unless I Let Them'

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Saberi: 'They Could Not Hurt My Soul Unless I Let Them'

All Things Considered's interview with journalist Roxana Saberi, who spent four months in an Iranian prison, is now online. The complete audio is here and there's a story here. An edited version of host Melissa Block's interview with Saberi will be on ATC today. Click here to find an NPR station near you.

Among the highlights.

Saberi describes what happened when she was arrested:

Saberi: 'They Could Not Hurt My Soul Unless I Let Them'

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She talks about her decision to give a false confession, and then to recant it:

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She says that knowing her captors "could not hurt my soul unless I let them," helped her get through the ordeal:

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For more background on Saberi's case, click here.

Saberi, during Wednesday's interview at NPR. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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