(CNN) – Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi has survived something most of us can't imagine. While working in Iran she was detained and thrown in jail, convicted of spying for the United States – a charge she completely denies.
Saberi was released last May after an appeals court suspended her eight-year sentence. She has now published her story in a new book called "Between Two Worlds: My Life and Captivity in Iran." Our Kiran Chetry talked to Saberi and asked her what happened on January 31st of last year – the day she was arrested.