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Hospitalised French-Iranian researcher back in jail
A French-Iranian academic jailed since June, Fariba Adelkhah, has returned to her Tehran prison cell after being hospitalised, her lawyer said Saturday, voicing concern over the health of inmates due to the spread of the new coronavirus in the country. Said Dehghan said his client had been taken back to the women's section of Evin prison but was still complaining of kidney pain. The lawyer added that he had called for conjugal visits to Evin prisoners to be suspended to prevent any spread of the virus at the jail, a call he said authorities accepted.
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Jailed French academic Adelkhah hospitalised in Iran: lawyer
French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah, jailed in Iran since last year, has been transferred to a prison hospital after her health deteriorated following a hunger strike, her lawyer said Tuesday. The academic ended a six-week hunger strike on February 12 as she awaits trial on charges including conspiring against national security. Adelkhah, a specialist in Shiite Islam and a research director at Sciences Po University in Paris, was arrested in June 2019 and is being held in Evin prison in Tehran.
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French academic held in Iran ends hunger strike: lawyer
French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah, jailed in Iran since June, ended a six-week hunger strike on Wednesday, according to her lawyer. 'Adelkhah responded to a written request from civil and political activists and ended her hunger strike at midday (0830 GMT) today,' lawyer Said Dehghan told AFP. Dehghan expressed relief that Adelkhah had ended the hunger strike that she began on December 24, but said she remained fragile.
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Iran decries French 'pressure' over jailed academics
Pressure from France to secure the release of two academics detained in Iran since June is unproductive, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said on Monday. Mousavi was responding to remarks made Sunday by French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, who called the detention of French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah and her French colleague Roland Marchal 'unacceptable'.
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