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'I would like to die in my country'

Returning to Iran isn't the safest thing for a human rightsactivist to do. But her husband's plight is calling her home.

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / March 21, 2006

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When the subject turns to Iran these days, the focus tends to be on the country's bid to revive its nuclear program under its new president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. But Mehrangiz Kar, a human rights activist and lawyer in Iran who is now a fellow at Harvard at the Kennedy School of Government's Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, has a ... (Full article: 1482 words)

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