Melody Moezzi

author, activist and attorney

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Iranian-American writer, commentator, activist, author and attorney

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During massive protest over alleged fraud in President Ahmadinejad's re-election, Iran ended international nuclear talks in 2009.

Iran Comes Back to the Bargaining Table on Nuclear Program

During massive protest over alleged fraud in President Ahmadinejad's re-election, Iran ended international nuclear talks in 2009.

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After more than a year since cancelling negotiations about its nuclear program, Iran will sit down on Saturday with the US and other powerful countries.

Iran Comes Back to the Bargaining Table

After more than a year since cancelling negotiations about its nuclear program, Iran will sit down on Saturday with the US and other powerful countries.

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