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Blogs bridge Iran-US gulf

Despite canceled trip, connections growing

Fariba Pajooh, an Iranian blogger, hoped to cover the US election. Fariba Pajooh, an Iranian blogger, hoped to cover the US election.
By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / December 3, 2008

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TEHRAN - US officials took it as a quiet sign of good will: In October, the Iranian government gave permission to Iranian bloggers to travel to the United States to write about its presidential election. But minutes before the bloggers boarded the plane in Tehran, Iranian security officials reversed the decision, confiscating the bloggers' passports. (Full article: 1082 words)

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