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American-Iranian Roxana Saberi has been working as a journalist for years, but it wasn't until she was detained in Iran that she made headlines around the world.
Saberi was detained in January and convicted in April 2009 on espionage charges in a one-day trial that was closed to the public. She was sentenced to eight years in prison after being accused of spying for the United States.
A judge changed Saberi's sentence during an appeal hearing and the court agreed with her lawyers that, because Iran is not at war with the United States, Saberi cannot be punished for cooperating with agents of a hostile nation, according to Saberi's spokesman, Abdolsamad Khorramshahi.
Her sentence was changed to a two-year jail term, suspended for five years, Iran's state-run news agency IRNA reported.
She was finally released in May 2009.
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Less than a week after retaining his WBA world heavyweight title against challenger John Ruiz, boxer David Haye is already hard at work training for his next match.
The 29-year-old Englishman has had a meteoric rise to the top having been in the heavyweight division for just a little more than a year.
Haye has a staggering boxing record of 24 wins and only one loss - 22 of those wins have been by knockout.
Prior to competing in the heavyweight category, Haye was the undisputed champion in the cruiserweight division.
Known for his pinpoint accuracy and efficiency, Haye is taking your questions as our Connector of the Day.
Do you want to get some boxing advice? Maybe you want to know what his training regime is like? Who has been his toughest competitor? Where does he see himself five years from now?
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Known for her deconstructive architectural style, Zaha Hadid is the woman behind some of the world's most interesting and unusual buildings.
Born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1950, Hadid first studied mathematics, but her love of design and creativity quickly lead her to London.
Hadid studied architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and that was where she met many of today's leading figures in experimental design, including Bernard Tschumi.
Some of Hadid's most notable buildings include the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, the BMW Central Building in Germany and the Bergisel Ski Jump in Innsbruck, Austria.
In 2008, Forbes Magazine ranked Hadid as the 69th most powerful woman in the world.
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Do you want to know what her architectural inspirations are? Maybe you want to know what her favorite building in the world is? Are there any architects that she admires?
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