The message Obama should send to Iran
Last March, Barack Obama extended a hand to the Iranian government on the occassion of the country’s New Year. This time, he should speak straight to the people.
Last March, Barack Obama extended a hand to the Iranian government on the occassion of the country's New Year. This time, he should speak straight to the people.
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