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Posts Tagged: Kaveh Afrasiabi

April 21, 2022 1:49 pm
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New York Times Writer Charged as Iranian Agent Is in ‘Ongoing Plea Negotiations’

A frequent New York Times opinion writer facing federal criminal charges of being an unregistered foreign agent of the government of Iran said in a...

August 31, 2021 3:50 pm
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US Government Recorded 33,000 Phone Calls of New York Times Writer Charged as Paid Iranian Agent

The US government was surreptitiously listening in on the phone calls of a frequent New York Times opinion contributor who now faces federal criminal charges...

July 22, 2021 2:56 pm
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New York Times Opinion Writer Was Paid Iranian Propagandist, Prosecutor Says

A frequent New York Times opinion writer facing criminal charges for allegedly being a paid foreign agent of the Iranian government appeared virtually this month...

May 5, 2021 5:11 pm
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New York Times Writer Charged as Iranian Agent Is Called ‘Foolish’ by Federal Judge

The New York Times opinion writer accused of serving as an unregistered, paid foreign agent of Iran may have a legal defense, the federal judge...

April 16, 2021 10:45 am
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Accused Iranian-Agent New York Times Writer Claims ‘Memory Loss,’ Asks for Court Delay

The frequent New York Times contributor facing criminal charges for allegedly serving as an unregistered, paid agent of the government of Iran is asking for...

February 11, 2021 9:40 am
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Iranian Agent Deceived American News Editors, Federal Prosecutor Asserts in Court Hearing

A first substantive court appearance by Kaveh Afrasiabi, the frequent New York Times contributor facing criminal charges for serving as an unregistered foreign agent of...

February 7, 2021 6:48 pm
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Judge Korman Sets Feb. 10 Hearing in Criminal Case of New York Times Writer on Iranian Payroll

The criminal case of the frequent New York Times contributor charged by prosecutors with being an unregistered foreign agent of Iran has been assigned to...

January 29, 2021 10:54 am
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New York Times Writer Facing Iran-Agent Charges Will Serve as His Own Lawyer

The frequent New York Times opinion contributor facing federal criminal charges of serving as an unregistered foreign agent of Iran says he will serve as...

January 25, 2021 6:27 pm
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New York Times Writer Arrested as Secret Iran Agent Acknowledges He Was Paid by Iranian Government

The frequent New York Times opinion contributor who was arrested earlier this month and charged with acting as an unregistered foreign agent of the Iranian...

January 20, 2021 6:23 am
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Frequent New York Times Opinion Writer Was Secret Iranian Agent, Federal Prosecutors Charge

The New York Times published more than a dozen opinion articles and letters to the editor by Kaveh Afrasiabi. A 2018 Times op-ed under his...

Culture

Non-Profit Starts Production Company to Back More Jewish Content in Arts and Culture

The Jewish non-profit Reboot announced on Tuesday that it has launched its own...

US Holocaust Memorial Museum Opens Ukrainian Archives to Public for the First Time

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is making digital copies of its Ukrainian...

Indonesia Says It Welcomes Israel to Compete in FIFA Under-20 World Cup Next Year

Indonesia's Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI)...

World

Second Annual Holocaust Survivor Day Embraces ‘the Spirit of Celebrat...

An international effort to celebrate the lives of those who survived the Holocaust was renewed this past Sunday, as Jewish communities...

Israel

With Israel’s Knesset Set to Dissolve, PM Bennett Says He Will Not Se...

Israel on Wednesday moved closer toward its fifth election in less than four years, plunging it deeper into political uncertainty...

Middle East

Iran Says Indirect Talks With US Proceeding in ‘Serious’ Atmosp...

Iran's foreign ministry said indirect, EU-mediated talks between Tehran and Washington in the Qatari capital were proceeding in a "serious"...

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