Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post's Tehran correspondent, is pictured at The Washington Post in Washington, DC in this November 6, 2013 handout photo. REUTERS/Zoeann Murphy/The Washington Post
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Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post journalist released by Iran over the weekend after 1.5 years in the country's notorious Evin prison, told his editors Sunday he feels "a hell of a lot better".Rezaian is among four US citizens freed by Iran in a prisoner swap, and arrived in Germany on Sunday, a US official said.Rezaian expressed hope he could thank his colleagues personally in the newsroom in Washington as early as Monday.Rezaian, a dual US-Iranian citizen born in California, was detained in Iran on July 22, 2014 .Both Rezaian, 39, and his wife left Iran on a plane earlier Sunday.
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