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    Skepticism Remains as Iran's Charm Offensive Exits UN Stagei
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    September 28, 2013 1:28 PM
    Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani and U.S. President Barack Obama spoke by phone Friday, the highest-level contact between the two countries since the Iranian Revolution in 1979. The leaders agreed to work on resolving suspicions that Iran is trying to build a nuclear weapon. The 15-minute conversation was the latest of several steps that may - or may not - indicate a thawing of decades of hostility between Washington and Tehran. VOA’s Jeff Seldin reports, this follows a week of busy diplomacy at the United Nations General Assembly.

    Skepticism Remains as Iran's Charm Offensive Exits UN Stage

    Published September 28, 2013

    Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani and U.S. President Barack Obama spoke by phone Friday, the highest-level contact between the two countries since the Iranian Revolution in 1979. The leaders agreed to work on resolving suspicions that Iran is trying to build a nuclear weapon. The 15-minute conversation was the latest of several steps that may - or may not - indicate a thawing of decades of hostility between Washington and Tehran. VOA’s Jeff Seldin reports, this follows a week of busy diplomacy at the United Nations General Assembly.


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