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Second British-Australian woman jailed in Iran is named as Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert
By Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline. An Iranian woman set herself on fire outside the Tehran courthouse she was being tried in for illegally attending a football match disguised as a man. The woman, known only as Sahar, 29, was taken to Motahari Hospital and is in intensive care with burns covering 90 per cent of her body. Pictured are women attending the only football match they have been allowed to go to in Iran since
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The British-Australian academic jailed in Iran has been named and pictured for the first time since she was detained a year ago. Her plight emerged after bloggers Jolie King and Mark Firkin were detained 10 weeks ago over allegations they flew a drone without permission while travelling through the country. Dr Moore-Gilbert specialises in Middle Eastern politics and has published work on the Arab uprisings and on authoritarian governments. The Iranian authorities have not made public the charges against Dr Moore-Gilbert but 10 year jail terms are typically given to those convicted of spying. Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, from London, was arrested in as she visited her family in Iran alongside her young daughter Gabriella.
Undercover: female football fans in Iran
For nearly 40 years, Iranian women have been banned from watching stadium football matches. The photographer Forou gh Alaei, a World Press Photo winner in the sports category for her Crying for Freedom series, describes following the story of Zeinab, one of the first women to disguise herself as a man to watch matches. Mon 15 Apr
All rights reserved. Kiana Hayeri unveils the intimate and unseen lives of young Iranian men and women coming of age in a segregated, isolated Iran. She shares these stories from behind the scenes, where young people are trying to find a place to explore, discover, indulge in desires, and search for themselves and for freedoms no matter how small or fleeting, hoping to live outside the realities of a country controlled by religious rule.