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Opinion | Watching Iran play the World Cup isn’t just about winning
A lot can change in the four years between World Cup competitions. Washington, D.C.-based journalists Yeganeh and Jason Rezaian, unjustly imprisoned in Iran in 2014, know that well. Yeganeh spent 72 days behind bars, while Jason was detained for 544 days until his release in January 2015.
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