Iranian regime arrests scores more journalists, including bloggers and film makers, late January 2013.

IranWire, a project led by Maziar Bahari, produced this video calling for the journalists’ release.

Committee to Protect Journalists reports that Iran has maintained a revolving-door policy for imprisoning journalists, freeing some detainees on furloughs even as new arrests are made. In its December 2012 prison census, CPJ found that Iran was the world's second-worst jailer of journalists, with 45 journalists imprisoned in reprisal for their work. The threat of imprisonment has led scores of Iranian journalists to flee into exile in recent years.

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