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British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, freed from jail in Iran last week, thanks friends and supporters for helping her endure the "unrelenting nightmare"

Inside story: Kylie Moore-Gilbert and husband Ruslan Hodorov were blissfully unaware that their love would pitch the young woman into an ordeal of false imprisonment, solitary confinement and despair in Iran.

Why did Kylie Moore-Gilbert go to Iran? Did the Islamic scholar married to an Israeli think being an academic would keep her safe? Or was she a genuine innocent abroad? by @d_hardaker 

Iran releases propaganda videos showing Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert after her release from prison

Kylie Moore-Gilbert thanks supporters after Iran prison release: 'My freedom is your victory'

Kylie Moore-Gilbert thanks supporters after Iran prison release: 'My freedom is your victory'

First photo of freed Australian-British academic political prisoner Kylie Moore-Gilbert after Iran ordeal

Kylie Moore-Gilbert, 33, whom the Australian authorities believe was imprisoned in Iran because she was in a relationship with an Israeli, said the 804 days she spent in jail were a “never-ending, unrelenting nightmare”.

Last week Iran released Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a dual UK-Australian citizen who has been detained since 2018.


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Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been released from prison in Iran.

Iran state TV says Tehran has released British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert in exchange for three Iranians held abroad. Moore-Gilbert was a Melbourne University lecturer when she was sent to Tehran’s Evin Prison in September 2018.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert, the British-Australian academic detained by Iran for more than two years on espionage charges, has been freed in an apparent prisoner exchange for three Iranians.

Melbourne University lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has reportedly been moved for "punishment reasons" to the harsh Qarchak prison in the desert.

British-Australian serving 10-year sentence in Iran for espionage was transferred to a notorious prison in the desert, human rights activists say. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, lecturer at Melbourne University, has been in jail since 2018. She denies all charges.

Australian academic Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran’s notorious Evin prison, has lost an appeal against her 10-year sentence. The University of Melbourne Middle East expert will spend her second Christmas behind bars in solitary confinement.