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Fereshteh Ghazi is an Iranian journalist and human rights activist.
In 2004 she worked for the newspaper Etemad. She is well known for the coverage of Zahra Kazemi's murder in Evin prison. She was herself arrested and imprisoned on two occasions in 2004 During her imprisonment she shared a cell with Shahla Jahed. Upon her release, Ghazi was taken directly to a hospital for treatment due to her poor physical and mental condition.
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- Nazila Fathi (26 December 2004). "Let Down by Iran's Leader, Young Advocates Leave Politics". New York Times. Retrieved 31 December 2010.
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