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"Sense of humour kept me sane" says Maziar Bahari

Journalist and Concordia University graduate Maziar Bahari spoke to Homerun's Sue Smith about his time in captivity in Iran, and how his story caught the attention of the Daily Show's Jon Stewart.

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