President Obama will arrive in Saudi Arabia Wednesday, his first stop on a Middle East trip that will include a major speech intended to repair a damaged U.S. image
Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi is doing fine since being released from an Iranian prison, but won’t be giving any media interviews until she leaves the country, her father said Tuesday. Reza Saberi, her father, said they plan to leave Iran soon. Saberi, 33, was convicted last month on espionage charges in a one-day trial that was closed to the public
An Iranian court will hear the appeal Sunday of a U.S. journalist imprisoned in Iran, the woman’s father told CNN on Saturday
A U.S. journalist imprisoned for spying in Iran and in the midst of a hunger strike was admitted to the prison hospital to receive nourishment, her father said Tuesday. Roxana Saberi was taken to the hospital at Tehran’s Evin prison on Friday and was fed intravenously before being returned to her cell, according to Reza Saberi, who said his daughter looked “weak and frail” when he saw her on Monday
A U.S. journalist jailed in Iran for espionage is on a hunger strike, and plans to keep it up until she is freed, her father told CNN on Saturday. Roxana Saberi, 31, was sentenced last week to eight years in prison after a one-day trial that was closed to the public
The head of Iran’s judiciary Monday ordered a "careful and speedy appeal process" for an Iranian-American journalist who was convicted of spying, Iran’s state-run news agency reported. Roxana Saberi, 31, was sentenced Saturday to eight years in prison after a one-day trial that was closed to the public. The decision prompted sharp denunciations from President Obama, as well as other U.S.
Roxana Saberi, the American journalist convicted of espionage charges in Iran, has lost weight in prison but is being treated well, her father said Sunday. “She has lost weight and she looks frail and weak,” Reza Saberi said. “She says she’s not treated harshly
A U.S. journalist in Iran was sentenced to eight years in prison for espionage, her father, lawyer and news reports said Saturday — a sentence that prompted denunciation from the United States. Iranian media, including an Iranian judiciary source quoted Saturday by the semi-official Iranian Students News Agency, confirmed the sentence of Roxana Saberi, a 31-year-old Iranian-American from North Dakota.
Iranian authorities have charged detained American journalist Roxana Saberi with espionage, Iran’s Press TV reported. Iran’s deputy prosecutor for security issues, Hassan Haddad, said Saberi had confessed to having engaged in espionage activities.