Assal Pahlevan

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Correspondent and host on Channel One, Persian satellite television based in Los Angeles, California

Assal Pahlevan on KCRW

Another day, another mass protest on the streets of Tehran, this time with many people wearing black to signify mourning for those killed since last Friday's elections.

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Another day, another mass protest on the streets of Tehran, this time with many people wearing black to signify mourning for those killed since last Friday's elections.

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