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Australian-British academic imprisoned in Iran

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Kylie Moore-Gilbert: Australian-British academic imprisoned in Iran
Kylie Moore-Gilbert is an Australian-British academic and expert on Islamic studies. Currently imprisoned in Iran for ten years under a charge of espionage, she was previously a lecturer in Islamic studies at the University of Melbourne's Asia Institute. She has carried out research into revolutions in the Middle East, in particular Bahraini politics and protests.

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Kylie Moore-Gilbert's friends won't give up hope as vigil marks two years since her arrest in Iran

Friends, colleagues and supporters of Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert are calling for more to be done to secure her release on the second anniversary of her arrest in Iran.
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Kylie Moore-Gilbert facing an ‘impossibly difficult’ situation in notorious Iranian prison

The British-Australian academic is nearly two years into a 10-year prison sentence in Iran - where she has been accused of espionage.
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Australian official reports Kylie Moore-Gilbert is 'well' after visiting jailed academic in Iran prison

Jailed university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert is said to be well after she received a visit from Australia's ambassador to Iran in a harsh prison east of Tehran.
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Official visits jailed Australian in Iran

Australia's ambassador to Iran has visited jailed university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert at a harsh prison east of Tehran.
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DFAT seeks 'urgent access' to Kylie Moore-Gilbert after transfer to new Iran prison

Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has issued a strong statement, calling for access to jailed university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert after she was moved to a new prison in Iran.
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The Australian Government "urgently seeks access" to imprisoned academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert

Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has issued a strong statement, calling for access to university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who is reportedly deteriorating in an Iranian jail.
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Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert moved to harsh prison in Iran reportedly rife with coronavirus

Australian university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has been moved to a harsh women's prison in the desert that has reportedly seen an outbreak of COVID-19.
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Australian lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert reportedly moved to harsh women's prison in Iran

Australian university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has reportedly been moved to a harsh women's prison in the desert.
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Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert in 'good health' in Iran prison, family says

Australian university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert is in good health in a Tehran prison, her family says, as DFAT said securing her freedom is a top priority.
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Kylie Moore-Gilbert: Family of Australian deny reports of suicide attempt in Iran jail

Australian university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert is in good health in a Tehran prison, her family says, as DFAT said securing her freedom is a top priority.
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British-Australian academic has repeatedly attempted suicide in Iranian jail: rights group

British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has repeatedly attempted suicide while detained in Iran, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI), a New York-based advocacy group, said on Thursday.
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Coronavirus fears for Iran prison where Australian is held

Fears are rising of a suspected coronavirus outbreak at the Iranian prison where Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been held since 2018. 
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Australia, Iran discuss plight of detained academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has spoken to her Iranian counterpart to once again raise the plight of Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who is jailed in Tehran.
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