Iran reformer sentenced to jail, exile and fine

TEHRAN, Iran — An Iranian court convicted an opposition activist of working against the ruling system and insulting the country’s supreme leader, sentencing him to 20 months in jail, an opposition website reported Wednesday.

Ahmad Ghabel was also given additional sentences of three years’ exile, a ban on interviews and lectures during that time, and a fine for possessing a satellite receiver. His laptop was also confiscated.

Two other liberal-minded activists were arrested Wednesday, another opposition website reported.

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