This is the official website of Roxana Saberi, a journalist, author, and speaker. Her book Between Two Worlds tells the story of her 2009 arrest and captivity in Iran.
“Nobody thinks the result is ever in question,” said Rod Sanjabi, executive director of the Iran Human Rights Documentation Center, a New Haven, Conn.-based group that the Iranian government has labeled as subversive.
The trial of Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief who has been jailed for more than 10 months, is shining the
With increasing investment by US firms since easing of sanctions, Yangon comes under pressure to reform
Every day from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., Soe Min Lwin takes orders, serves food and washes dishes at a tea shop in Myanmar’s biggest city, Yangon. Every night, he climbs onto a wooden table and falls asleep. He’s 12, and by earning just over a dollar a day, he is his family’s main breadwinner.
“When I don’t work,” he said softly, “sometimes [my family] is all right, … Read the rest
I had a wonderful time at today visiting Calvin College in Michigan, speaking with students and members of the community.
Emruz dar Daneshgahe Calvin dar iyalate Michigan forsat dashtam ba daneshju-ha va shahrvandane unja sohbat konam.Read the rest
Speaking last Monday at Stony Brook University. I had a wonderful time speaking with the students!
(Dar daneshgahe “Stony Brook” dar iyalate NY doshanbe pish.)
My Life As … Roxana Saberi – Oct 22, 2014
Al Jezeera America foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi, who spent 101 days in an Iranian prison on false charges of espionage, told journalism students monday night that she became a journalist to illuminate the lives of people we don’t completely understand.
“I want to learn about the story beyond the headlines.”
Saberi spoke at the second “My Life As” lecture this semester.
Saberi was arrested… Read the rest