Esha Momeni, a master's student at California State University at Northridge, who was imprisoned for several weeks in Iran last year, and was then blocked from leaving the country, was able to do so last week and returned to California, the Los Angeles Times reported. Momeni was doing research for a master's thesis on women's rights in Iran when she was blocked from leaving.
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