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Iranian bloggers Farzana Sayid Sadi (seated) and Alireza Samiei have devised ways to stretch limits on blogging.

Iran bloggers test regime's tolerance

Push boundaries of political dissent

By James F. Smith and Anne Barnard
Globe Staff / December 18, 2006

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TEHRAN -- By day, Alireza Samiei covers banking and insurance for an industry newspaper. By night, he writes a daring online blog about Iran's social and political ills. (Full article: 1384 words)

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