Iran revokes NYT reporter's press credentials

The New York Times reported their journalist in Tehran is unable to report from the Islamic Republic after his press pass was revoked.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 11, 2019 00:35
Iran revokes NYT reporter's press credentials

A man walks past Azadi Tower (Liberty Tower) in Azadi Square in Tehran, Iran, January 17, 2016.. (photo credit: RAHEB HOMAVANDI/TIMA VIA REUTERS)

 
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After seven years of living in Tehran and writing about the Islamic Republic Dutch reporter and New York Times correspondent in Iran Thomas Erdbrink is unable to work. Iran refused to renew his press credentials, the The New York Times reported on Monday.

Erdbrink, who is married to an Iranian woman, had been living in the country for years. 

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