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Iran - Iran opens up markets but not prisons

Reporters without borders
As President Hassan Rouhani prepares to visit Paris on 17 November, Reporters Without Borders points out that imprisoned journalists, mass Internet surveillance and media censorship characterize the very disturbing state of freedom of information in Iran. Dozens of journalists and netizens imprisoned Ranked 173rd out of 180 countries in the 2015 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index, Iran is one of the world's most oppressive nations for journalists and netizens. And with a total (...)

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