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Jason Rezaian: 'Really happy to be back' at The Washington Post
Jason Rezaian, global opinions writer at The Washington Post, says he's happy to be back at work writing about press freedom around the world. He served as The Post's correspondent in Tehran from 2012 to 2016. He spent 544 days unjustly imprisoned by Iranian authorities until his release in January 2016.
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