1. Influential UK MP lashes ‘hostage takers’ over detained academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert  The Australian
  2. Kylie Moore-Gilbert: academic 'terrified' and suffering inside Iran's Qarchak women's prison  The Guardian
  3. I kept silent to protect my colleague and friend, Kylie Moore-Gilbert. But Australia's quiet diplomatic approach is not working  The Conversation AU
  4. Federal Government seeks access to jailed Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who's been moved to new prison in Iran  ABC News
  5. Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert transferred to notorious Iran jail  Sydney Morning Herald
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An Australian university lecturer serving a 10-year sentence for espionage has been transferred to a remote prison in the desert, the Australian government has confirmed.An Australian university lecturer serving a 10-year sentence for espionage has been transferred to a remote prison in the desert, the Australian government has confirmed.

A University of Melbourne lecturer detained in Iran has been transferred to one of the worst female prisons in the world.A University of Melbourne lecturer detained in Iran has been transferred to one of the worst female prisons in the world.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: Lecturer jailed in Iran moved to world’s worst prison

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: academic 'terrified' and suffering inside Iran's Qarchak women's prison | Iran | The GuardianExclusive: sources inside Qarchak say British-Australian lecturer is unwell as friends and colleagues condemn government’s strategy

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Melbourne University lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has been moved to the harsh Qarchak prison in the desert. The dual UK-Australian...Melbourne University lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has been moved to the harsh Qarchak prison in the desert. The dual UK-Australian...

Aust lecturer moved to harsh Iran jail | The Courier | Ballarat, VIC

The Lowy Insitute’s Rodger Shanahan says the Iranian government is much more likely to react to Australia’s quiet diplomacy approach to free jailed Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert than a “public venting of anger”. Ms Moore-Gilbert was jailed almost two years ago on charges of espionage, with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade lobbying the Iranian government to release her since using what it calls ‘quiet diplomacy’. It was revealed earlier in the week, Ms Moore-Gilbert was moved to a notorious desert prison, Qarchak women’s prison, 35 kilometres south of Tehran, where her condition has reportedly diminished. Her friends and colleagues have pushed back against the government’s approach to her release claiming the quiet diplomacy has not yet worked. “When you deal with a government like Iran that has jailed one of your citizens, what can you do to pressure the Iranian government who has charged her of espionage,” Mr Shanahan told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “Quiet diplomacy is really what the Iranians are much more likely to react to than public venting of anger. “It might make us feel a bit better but we’re trying to get a result at the end of the day, not make ourselves feel better.” Image: APThe Lowy Insitute’s Rodger Shanahan says the Iranian government is much more likely to react to Australia’s quiet diplomacy approach to free jailed Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert than a “public venting of anger”. Ms Moore-Gilbert was jailed almost two years ago on charges of espionage, with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade lobbying the Iranian government to release her since using what it calls ‘quiet diplomacy’. It was revealed earlier in the week, Ms Moore-Gilbert was moved to a notorious desert prison, Qarchak women’s prison, 35 kilometres south of Tehran, where her condition has reportedly diminished. Her friends and colleagues have pushed back against the government’s approach to her release claiming the quiet diplomacy has not yet worked. “When you deal with a government like Iran that has jailed one of your citizens, what can you do to pressure the Iranian government who has charged her of espionage,” Mr Shanahan told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “Quiet diplomacy is really what the Iranians are much more likely to react to than public venting of anger. “It might make us feel a bit better but we’re trying to get a result at the end of the day, not make ourselves feel better.” Image: AP

Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been detained in Iran since 2018. Her transfer to a notoriously brutal prison this week has pushed a fellow researcher to speak out.Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been detained in Iran since 2018. Her transfer to a notoriously brutal prison this week has pushed a fellow researcher to speak out.

I kept silent to protect my colleague and friend, Kylie Moore-Gilbert. But Australia's quiet diplomatic approach is not working

I kept silent to protect my colleague and friend, Kylie Moore-Gilbert. But Australia's quiet diplomatic approach is not working

The jail that Melbourne University lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been moved to is reportedly overcrowded and riddled with coronavirus.The jail that Melbourne University lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been moved to is reportedly overcrowded and riddled with coronavirus.

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Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has issued a strong statement, calling for access to jailed university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert after she was moved to a new prison in Iran.Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has issued a strong statement, calling for access to jailed university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert after...

Australia seeks 'urgent access' to Kylie Moore-Gilbert after transfer to Iran prison reportedly rife with COVID-19 | SBS News

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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A British-Australian academic serving a 10-year sentence for espionage in Iran has been moved to a notorious prison where concerns for her well-being have escalated, the Australian government confirmed Wednesday.CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A British-Australian academic serving a 10-year sentence for espionage in Iran has been moved to a notorious prison where concerns for her well-being have escalated, the Australian government confirmed Wednesday.

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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says it is seeking access to jailed Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, after she was moved to a new prison in Iran.The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says it is seeking access to jailed Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, after she was moved to a new prison in Iran.

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An Australian academic jailed in Iran for spying has been moved to a notorious remote desert prison.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert moved to notorious Qarchak prison by Iran authorities

LONDON — A British-Australian academic serving a 10-year sentence in Iran for espionage has been moved to a remote prison south of Tehran that is said to be riddled with coronavirus cases, according to human rights activists, raising concerns about her already deteriorating health. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a Cambridge-educated professor in Islamic studies at the University […]

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The Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of human rights in Iran. CHRI investigates and documents rights violations occurring throughout Iran, relying on first-hand accounts to expose abuses that would otherwise go unreported. We bring these violations to the attention of the international community through news articles, briefings, in-depth reports, podcasts, and videos, and work to build support for human rights inside Iran as well. CHRI engages in intensive outreach and international advocacy aimed at defending the fundamental rights and freedoms of the Iranian people and holding the Iranian government accountable to its human rights obligations.Scholar Held at Gharchak Prison Alongside Violent Criminals July 28, 2020—The Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who has been imprisoned in Iran on spurious charges since October 2018, has been moved to the notoriously harsh Gharchak Prison, south of Tehran, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) has learned, where she will be held alongside violent prisoners. Reza Khandan, the husband of imprisoned human rights attorney Nasrin Sotoudeh, wrote on Facebook on July 26, 2020, “Australian national Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who was in security detention in Evin Prison, has been moved to the quarantine unit in Gharchak Prison as a form of

Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert Moved to Notoriously Inhumane Prison in Iran as “Punishment” – Center for Human Rights in Iran

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: Lecturer jailed in Iran 'moved to remote prison'

A British-Australian academic detained in Iran has been transferred to Qarchak prison, the country's famous desert jail, officials said on Tuesday. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a professor of Islamic studies at the University of Melbourne, was jailed for 10 years in September 2018 on charges of espionage. She has denied the allegations. IRAN LAUNCHES HELICOPTER MISSILES IN […]

British-Australian woman imprisoned in Tehran moved to Iran's famous and remote Qarchak prison - NewsDio

A British-Australian academic detained in Iran has been transferred to Qarchak prison, the country’s notorious desert jail, officials said Tuesday. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer in Islamic studies at Melbourne University, was sentenced in September 2018 to 10 years on espionage charges. She has denied the allegations. “Dr. Moore-Gilbert’s case is one of the Australian government’s highest priorities, including […]

British-Australian woman jailed in Tehran moved to Iran’s notorious and remote Qarchak prison - 360APROKO

A British-Australian academic detained in Iran has been transferred to Qarchak prison, the country’s notorious desert jail,…A British-Australian academic detained in Iran has been transferred to Qarchak prison, the country’s notorious desert jail, officials said Tuesday. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer in Islamic studies at Melbourne University, was sentenced in September 2018 to 10 years on espionage charges. She has denied the allegations. “Dr. Moore-Gilbert’s case is one of the Australian government’s highest priorities, including […]

British-Australian woman jailed in Tehran moved to Iran’s notorious and remote Qarchak prison – 360APROKO

Australian-British citizen Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been transferred from Evin Prison to the "Quarantine Ward" of Qarchak Prison as 'punishment'.Australian-British citizen Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been transferred from Evin Prison to the "Quarantine Ward" of Qarchak Prison as 'punishment'.

Australian-British Scholar Jailed In Iran Transferred To Notorious Prison As 'Punishment'

Australias government has warned Iranian authorities that they are responsible for the safety and well-being of a jailed British-AustraliAustralias government has warned Iranian authorities that they are responsible for the safety and well-being of a jailed British-Australi

U.K.-Australian Academic Moved To Notorious Iranian Prison

British-Australian woman Kylie Moore-Gilbert is moved to a notorious prison in the desert.British-Australian woman Kylie Moore-Gilbert is moved to a notorious prison in the desert.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: Lecturer jailed in Iran moved to remote prison - BBC News

Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been moved to the Qarchak prison after spending nearly two years in Tehran's notorious Evin detention center.Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been moved to the Qarchak prison after spending nearly two years in Tehran's notorious Evin detention center.

Australian-British academic jailed in Iran moved to dangerous desert prison

LONDON: A British-Australian woman serving a 10-year jail term in Iran has been transferred to a notorious desert prison used to punish political prisoners, officials say. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer in Middle East politics at Melbourne University, was jailed in September 2018 for espionage. She was tried in secret and strongly denies all charges against her. Moore-GilbertLONDON: A British-Australian woman serving a 10-year jail term in Iran has been transferred to a notorious desert prison used to punish political prisoners, officials say. Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a

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Qarchak prison has reportedly been stricken by the coronavirus due to lack of social distancingQarchak prison has reportedly been stricken by the coronavirus due to lack of social distancing

Jailed British-Australian lecturer moved to 'remote desert prison' in Iran: Report | Middle East Eye

A university lecturer with dual British and Australian nationality who was jailed in Iran for spying has been moved to a prison notorious for "gross human rights violations."

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: Australian academic moved to notorious Iranian prison

The lecturer, who fears for her mental health according to letters smuggled out of jail, is now in a desert facility.The lecturer, who fears for her mental health according to letters smuggled out of jail, is now in a desert facility.

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: British-Australian academic transferred to 'notorious' Qarchak prison in Iran | World News | Sky News

A British-Australian academic serving a 10-year sentence for espionage in Iran has been moved to a notorious prison where concerns for her well-being have escalated, the Australian government confirmed Wednesday.A British-Australian academic serving a 10-year sentence for espionage in Iran has been moved to a notorious prison where concerns for her well-being have escalated, the Australian government confirmed Wednesday.

British-Australian academic moved to notorious Iran prison - Republic World

The chairman of the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee has condemned the Iranian regime after a British-Australian academic detained in the country was reportedly moved to a notorious desert prison.The chairman of the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee has condemned the Iranian regime after a British-Australian academic detained in the country was reportedly moved to a notorious desert prison.

Iran’s ambassador clashes with senior Tory following ‘hostage’ claim - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who graduated from Cambridge in 2013, is serving a 10-year sentence for espionage

Cambridge alumna moved to ‘notorious’ Iran desert prison | Varsity

Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a Cambridge-educated academic, had previously been held in Tehran's Evin prisonKylie Moore-Gilbert, a Cambridge-educated academic, had previously been held in Tehran's Evin prison

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: British-Australian academic transferred to 'notorious' Qarchak desert prison in Iran

The Cambridge-educated woman is serving a 10-year sentence for 'spying' on Iran.Qarchak prison is considered among the harshest prisons in the world.

British academic Kylie Gilbert-Moore moved to Iran desert prison | Metro News

Commons Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Tom Tugendhat’s comments triggered an angry response from Iran’s ambassador to the UK, Hamid… Commons Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Tom Tugendhat’s comments triggered an angry response from Iran’s ambassador to the UK, Hamid…

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Academic writer Kylie Moore-Gilbert was reportedly moved to the notorious Qarchak prison for 'punishment' reasons while serving a 10-year sentence in Tehran's Elvin prisonAcademic writer Kylie Moore-Gilbert was reportedly moved to the notorious Qarchak prison for 'punishment' reasons while serving a 10-year sentence in Tehran's Elvin prison

Brit teacher accused of spying in Iran moved to 'world's most dangerous prison' - Daily Star

Qarchak is said to be the worst women's prison in the world. Qarchak is said to be the worst women's prison in the world.

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A British-Australian academic jailed in Iran on claims of spying has been transferred to a remote jail notorious for allegations of dangerous conditions and ill treatment of prisoners, according to human rights campaigners.A British-Australian academic jailed in Iran on claims of spying has been transferred to a remote jail notorious for allegations of dangerous conditions and ill treatment of prisoners, according to

Kylie Moore-Gilbert: British-Australian lecturer moved to Iran's notorious desert jail | The Independent

A British-Australian academic jailed in Iran on spying charges is believed to have been moved to a violent prison where hundreds of inmates sleep on the floor and contagious diseases are rife.KylieA British-Australian academic jailed in Iran on spying charges is believed to have been moved to a violent prison where hundreds of inmates sleep on the floor and contagious diseases are rife.Kylie

A BRITISH-Australian lecturer jailed in Iran has been moved to a prison notorious for its brutal conditions. Kylie Moore-Gilbert (pictured), a Cambridge-educated academic serving ten years on spying charges, which she denies, was in Tehran’s Evin jail but has been sent to Qarchak prison, said the Centre for Supporters of Human Rights. It cited Reza... View Article

British academic jailed in Iran sent to desert hellhole - Metro Newspaper UK

Australian university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has been moved to a harsh women's prison ...Australian university lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert, jailed in Iran for spying, has been moved to a harsh women's prison ...

Australian Lecturer Moved to Iranian Jail