Rana Rahimpour says Iran wants her to become a spyMaryam Afshang watched her father pass away on her mobile phone. Unable to return home to Iran for fear of arrest, the BBC Persian journalist’s only glimpse of her father as he lay in a coma on his deathbed came via a handset smuggled into the hospital by a relative. “I couldn’t say goodbye, I couldn’t say I love you, I couldn’t touch him or take his hands. I just watched him and cried,” she said. “I didn’t have the right to mourn with my family.
Impress is investigating an article critical of Laura Kuenssberg, the BBC’s political editor Times photographer James GlossopTwo board members of the press regulator investigating an article critical of Laura Kuenssberg, the BBC’s political editor, previously shared social media posts questioning her impartiality.
Tina Brown, the former editor of Vanity Fair, said she worried about the future of journalism JOEL RYAN/ PAFacebook and Google should establish a philanthropy fund for journalism to make up for the revenues they have “stolen”, according to one of Britain’s most prominent editors. Tina Brown, former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, said that the web giants had a responsibility to subsidise investigative reporting.
I interviewed 5 London-based BBC Persian staff about the harassment and persecution they’ve endured from regime.Dozens have missed deaths of their parents as unable to return to Iran. They are demanding Boris Johnson raise their treatment with Tehran https://t.co/cXn1tYAi5t
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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