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Iranian citizens yearning for US to start a dialogue

A wall outside the former US embassy in Tehran, where US diplomats were taken hostage in 1979, is painted with official graffiti. A wall outside the former US embassy in Tehran, where US diplomats were taken hostage in 1979, is painted with official graffiti. (James F. Smith/Globe Staff)
By Anne Barnard and James F. Smith
Globe Staff / December 25, 2006

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TEHRAN -- At a time of worsening tension between Iran and the United States, many Iranians are asking whether the two estranged nations can still move past their old arguments and at least communicate civilly, if not reconcile. (Full article: 1524 words)

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