Reporting Under Watchful Eyes in Iran

Tehran tries to control how much information is getting out

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

In Tehran it's the third day of street demonstrations. The BBC's Marcus George is there, reporting under restrictions: journalists are not allowed to cover what are called 'unauthorised gatherings' or move around freely in Tehran. But there are no controls over what he can say. He joins us with his story.


Marcus George

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