Iran Sets Trial Date for Washington Post Reporter Jason Rezaian

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EHRAN — Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post correspondent who has been detained in Iran for almost 10 months andaccused of spying for the United States, will go on trial on May 26, the judicial authorities told the state news media on Tuesday. Mr. Rezaian; his wife, Yeganeh Salehi, who is also a journalist; and a third defendant will appear before More...

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