Ahmadinejad’s nightmares

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. Only seven months reminded to Iran’s presidential election and who would have thought these days for Maohmoud Ahmadinejad three years ago? Iran President to stay safe started a new fight that brings him against Ayatollah Khameni, Iran’s supreme leader who assigned Ahmadinejad as president on 2005 and 2009. It was such dream to become president but a […]

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Iranian blogger builds award-worthy network against censorship

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By German newspaper, Derwesten:   Bonn.   Iranian journalist Arash Sigarchi received the “BOB” Media Award of the Deutsche Welle for the best blog. Sigarchi spread from exile in the United States, unfiltered news about his home country. The 33-year-old has built a vast network of information. Inform people about freely without censorship, a country that is not […]

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BOBs 2012 – ‘They can’t stop me’

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By the Bobs: This year’s Deutsche Welle Blog Awards – “the BOBs” – were presented on Tuesday at the Global Media Forum 2012. The first prize went to an Iranian blogger repeatedly arrested for his critical articles. “They give minorities a voice and claim their right to free speech,” said Deutsche Welle Editor-in-Chief Ute Schaeffer, […]

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The BOBs: Window of Anguish and Bridges of Hope

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By The Bobs: Deutsche Welle presented prizes to the winners of its international Blog Awards, The BOBs, on June 26 during the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum. The top award went to Iranian journalist and blogger Arash Sigarchi. “When it comes to freedom, I believe the situation has worsened since I left Iran in 2008,” […]

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Three years after Iran’s Presidential Election

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Tomorrow is third anniversary of Iran’s presidential election. I produce this time-line for our TV station (VOA/PNN). This is a thirty minutes time-line and it reviews what happen in these three years. The language and narration is Farsi (sorry) .

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Best Blog’s award for Arash Sigarchi

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By the Bobs The winners of this year’s Jury Awards met at a prize ceremony in Bonn, Germany, on Tuesday. The event was part of the Deutsche Welle Global Media forum. We’re not going to rehash the entire ceremony here – you can read about winners here and here.  But we would like to take the opportunity to […]

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