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Iran favors Obama's 'change'

Hopes for renewed relations with US

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / November 21, 2008

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TEHRAN - Iranians appear to be putting as much stock in President-elect Barack Obama's slogan of "change" as American voters, seeing his victory as an opening for possible renewed relations between the two countries, which have been cut off for nearly 30 years. (Full article: 607 words)

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