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By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
It’s common for U.S. captives to return home to find they have a damaged financial reputation and no clear path to restore it, according to a new report from the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, the group named after the…
By Ali Rogin
Journalist Jason Rezaian was the Washington Post’s bureau chief in Tehran until 2014, when he and his wife, Yeganeh, were arrested by Iranian authorities. She was released after three months, while Jason was held for another 15. He describes the…
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian was released from an Iranian prison after more than 500 days of detention, as part of an exchange between the two countries. Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss…
By PBS NewsHour
For 14 months, a team of American officials met in secret with Iranian negotiators to work out an agreement releasing prisoners held by both countries. Special Presidential Envoy Brett McGurk sits down with Judy Woodruff to tell the inside story…
By Erik Andersen
The Washington Post published Tuesday the first video of Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian after his release from Iranian custody. The video, filmed at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany, shows Rezaian laughing with his wife Yeganeh Salehi.
The deal to release Americans imprisoned in Iran included Amir Hekmati, a former U.S. Marine who was held for more than four years. Jeffrey Brown talks to Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Mich., the congressman who represents Hekmati's home district in Michigan…
The Washington Post's executive editor Marty Baron and foreign editor Douglas Jehl join Hari Sreenivasan over the phone to discuss the return of the paper's former Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian.
By Julie Pace, Kevin Freking, Associated Press
"This is a good day," Obama said in a statement from the White House. "When Americans are freed and returned to their families, that's something we can all celebrate."…
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
The Americans imprisoned by Iran began their journey home Sunday, their friends and family awaiting emotional reunions, after delicate diplomatic negotiations that played out quietly in the shadows of international nuclear talks.
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