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Journalist jailed in Iran speaks

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Uploaded on Sep 20, 2010

Like two Americans who remain incarcerated in Iran on spying charges, the journalist Roxana Saberi knows what it is like to be stuck in an Iranian jail.

The freelance reporter was imprisoned last year on espionage charges, but she was later released.

Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, Americans who say they were hikers, are still in an Iranian jail on spying charges.

Sarah Shourd, a third American woman who was traveling with them, was just released.

In a studio interview with Al Jazeera, Roxana Saberi discusses prison, journalism and naïveté.

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