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President reaches out to Iran

A protester, left, approaches President Hassan Rouhani's car leaving Mehrabad airport after his arrival from the U.S. in Tehran, Iran, Sept. 28. Iranians from across the political spectrum hailed Saturday the historic phone conversation between President Barack Obama and his Iranian counterpart Rouhani, reflecting wide support for an initiative that has the backing of both reformists and the country's conservative clerical leadership.

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A protester, left, approaches President Hassan Rouhani's car leaving Mehrabad airport after his arrival from the U.S. in Tehran, Iran, Sept. 28. Iranians from across the political spectrum hailed Saturday the historic phone conversation between President Barack Obama and his Iranian counterpart Rouhani, reflecting wide support for an initiative that has the backing of both reformists and the country's conservative clerical leadership.



WASHINGTON — A war-weary Congress generally backs President Barack Obama’s outreach to Iran, but with tougher U...

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