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Tag Archives: Ruhollah Zam
REUTERS Iran executes French-based dissident journalist captured last year by Staff December 12, 2020 Iranian dissident journalist Ruhollah Zam, who was convicted of fomenting violence during anti-government protests in 2017, was executed on Saturday, Iran’s state television reported. France reacted … Continue reading