Saberi's Release Highlights Prisoners Left Behind

As activists celebrate the release of U.S. journalist Roxana Saberi from Iran's notorious Evin prison, human rights groups are speaking out about others still held there. Host Scott Simon speaks to Hadi Ghaemi of the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran about some Evin inmates, including two doctors arrested for spreading information about HIV and AIDS.



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