Two University of California at Berkeley graduates are scheduled to stand trial in Iran on Sunday on charges of espionage and entering the country illegally.
Leaders of the American Muslim community, along with boxing legend Muhammad Ali, are calling for the release of two U.S. hikers, who have been detained in Iran for more than 21 months.
The family of two UC Berkeley grads, imprisoned in Iran, are showing their support for their upcoming trial by going on a hunger strike.
The Iranian lawyer for three UC Berkeley grad students charged with espionage said judicial authorities have not resumed their trial as planned.
The families of two Americans charged with spying in Iran said Monday they’re glad that Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal were able to proclaim their innocence in a court in Tehran and that they hope the case is nearing an end.
An Iranian court began the espionage trial of three UC Berkeley graduates who were arrested while hiking along the Iran-Iraq border in 2009.
A Berkeley graduate freed from an Iranian prison has released a song she hopes will build support for the release of her friends who remain jailed in that country.
The mother of one of the Cal grads imprisoned in Iran said she knew even as the phone rang this past weekend that it was a call from her son.
Family members of the two remaining UC Berkeley grads facing espionage charges in Iran called the postponement of their trial until Feb. 6 an unwanted delay and stressed they were not looking forward to spending a second holiday season without their loved ones.
A U.S. military field report made public by WikiLeaks reveals a frenetic effort to locate three American hikers shortly after they were detained near Iran’s border with the Kurdish region of Iraq.