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WaPo Reporter Held in Iran for 18 Months Files Lawsuit Against Iranian Gov’t

You may remember that back in January, Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian was among the four American hostages freed by the Iranian government, Well, now Rezaian and his family have filed a lawsuit against Iran over his "severe personal injuries."
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