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[[Amnistía Internacional]] (AI), la organización no-gubernamental de [[derechos humanos]] de mayor alcance global, ha peticionado a las autoridades de [[Irán]] a que liberen a los periodistas arrestados en el contexto de violencia ocurrido luego de las elecciones presidenciales. El gobierno iraní sostiene que sólo ha liberado a aquellos que han causado y propiciado la reciente inestabilidad política.
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[[File:Amnesty Candle.JPG|thumb|left|[[w:Amnesty International|Amnesty International]] candlestick, in [[w:Salisbury Cathedral|Salisbury Cathedral]] {{Image source|[[commons:User:GunnarBach|Gunnar Bach Pedersen]]}}]]News media have reported that dozens of journalists have been arrested in Iran, according to Amnesty International there may be up to 30 journalists imprisoned in the country. Amnesty International refers to the imprisoned journalists as "prisoners of conscience".
 
Los medios han reportado que docenas de periodistas han sido arrestados en el país islámico, y según indica Amnistía Internacional hasta 30 periodistas han sido detenidos. La organización se refirió a estos periodistas detenidos como "prisioneros de conciencia".
[[w:Associated Press|Associated Press]] reported that reporters for foreign news media outlets have been barred from covering recent events from streets in Iran, and in addition multiple foreign journalists have been forced to leave the country. According to Amnesty International Iason Athanasiadis-Fowden, reporter for ''[[w:The Washington Times|The Washington Times]]'', was arrested on about June 19, and Maziar Bahari of ''[[w:Newsweek|Newsweek]]'' was arrested on June 21. On June 22, approximately 20 of the 25 employees for the Iran-based newspaper ''[[w:Kalameh Sabz|Kalameh Sabz]]'' were taken into custody. ''Kalameh Sabs'' was founded in 2009 by [[w:Mir Hossein Mousavi|Mir Hossein Mousavi]], the opposition candidate in the recent presidential election.
 
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Jenny Leong, co-ordinator of Amnesty International in [[Australia]], expressed concern to ''ABC Online'' about the well-being of the imprisoned journalists. "People have been detained for peacefully expressing their views and in the case of journalists it's even more shocking when they are prevented the ability to freely express themselves when it is precisely their job to be able to provide that information," said Leong.
{{Cita|La gente han sido detenidas por expresar pacíficamente sus opiniones.|Jenny Leong|left}}
 
Jenny Leong, coordinador de AI en [[Australia]], expresó consternación sobre el bienestar de los reporteros detenidos. "La gente ha sido detenida por expresar pacíficamente sus opiniones y en el caso de los reporteros es aún más impactante que se les esté prohibiendo que usen su habilidad para expresarse libremente, cuando es precisamente su trabajo ser capaces de proveer esta información", enunció Leong.
 
Amnistía Internacional anunció que el editor del periódico ''Etemad-e Melli'', Mohammad Ghochani, fue arrestado y trasladado a una prisión del Ministerio de Inteligencia y Seguridad Nacional de Irán.<!--
 
Amnesty International stated that ''Etemad-e Melli'' newspaper editor Mohammad Ghochani was arrested and is located in a jail of the [[w:Ministry of Intelligence and National Security of Iran|Ministry of Intelligence and National Security of Iran]]. Keyvan Samimi Behbehani, a member of the [[w:Center for Human Rights Defenders' Arbitrary Arrests Committee|Center for Human Rights Defenders' Arbitrary Arrests Committee]] and editor of a banned periodical called ''Nameh'', was taken into custody by Iranian officials at his home.
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