REPORT: Iran revokes New York Times correspondent’s accreditation
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The New York Times says Iran has revoked the press accreditation of its Tehran-based correspondent.
The Times said early Tuesday that Iran’s government offered no explanation for its decision regarding Thomas Erdbrink, a Dutch national who has lived for years in Iran.
The article goes on to state the following:
The newspaper said Erdbrink lost his accreditation four months ago and that “officials of Iran’s Foreign Ministry have repeatedly assured The Times that Mr. Erdbrink’s credential would soon be restored.”
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