Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, freed from Iran on Sunday after being held in custody more than a year and half, is in good spirits and doing "a hell of a lot better than I was 48 hours ago," the newspaper said on Sunday. Rezaian, 39, the Post's Tehran bureau chief, was arrested in Iran in July 2014 and sentenced last November to a prison term. Iranian prosecutors had accused him of ... The country also imported 4.507 million metric tons of goods worth $10.272 billion from China, which makes up 22.15 percent of Iran's total imports' value... Iran imported $46.378 billion worth of goods during the first ten months of 2014, which indicates a rise by 24 percent, compared to the same period of the preceding year."
Tehran: Jason Rezaian, a journalist with US and Iranian dual citizenship held since July 2014, charged before judge and refused bail RSF – Reporters Sans Frontières: “Iran - Detained journalist is victim of US-Iran negotiations”, Document #1333347 - ecoi.net