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Jason Rezaian on why journalists travel to dangerous places
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian said journalists have to travel to hostile countries like Iran to make those places accessible. "If we don’t put ourselves in those situations, in those places, we’re not going to have any coverage of the rest of the world," he said.
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