Iran says it captures exiled journalist who supported 2018 unrest

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DUBAI — Agents of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have captured and returned to Iran an exiled journalist who allegedly fueled anti-government street unrest across the country early last year using social media, Iranian state television reported on Monday. Ruhollah Zam, a journalist-turned-activist who headed Amadnews with more 1 million followers on social media, was based in […]

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