Free Expression Community Celebrates Iranian Journalist for his Corruption and Protest Coverage
Iranian journalist Mohammad Mosaed has been awarded a Committee to Protect Journalists International Press Freedom Award for his critical reporting, including exposing the Iranian government’s mishandling of the coronavirus, corruption revelations and authorities’ crackdown on protesters in November 2019.
Iran’s State TV Airs Forced Confessions of Journalist
Journalist Ruhollah Zam has “confessed” to his crimes on Iranian state television.
Zam, the founder of the Amad News website and Telegram channel, was handed down a death penalty at the end of June and appeared on a new episode for the 20:30 television show called "Without Compliments," on the evening of July 10.