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IF you go

If you go tonight - What: Roxana Saberi, a journalist from Fargo who was imprisoned in Iran on espionage charges, will speak about her experience and her book, "Between Two Worlds." - When: 7 to 8:30 p.m. tonight. - Where: UND's Chester Fritz Aud...

If you go tonight

- What: Roxana Saberi, a journalist from Fargo who was imprisoned in Iran on espionage charges, will speak about her experience and her book, "Between Two Worlds."

- When: 7 to 8:30 p.m. tonight.

- Where: UND's Chester Fritz Auditorium.

- The event is free. It's sponsored by the UND Center For Human Rights and Genocide Studies, Master of Public Administration Student Organization, Multicultural Awareness Committee and University Program Council.

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