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There was bloody violence on the streets of  Tehran today as police clubbed, gassed and possibly even shot at some 200 demonstrators.

President Obama and the Search for Common Ground

There was bloody violence on the streets of  Tehran today as police clubbed, gassed and possibly even shot at some 200 demonstrators.

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Yesterday, President Obama  toughened his language  against political repression by the government of Iran. Today, more bloody violence is being reported.

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Yesterday, President Obama toughened his language against political repression by the government of Iran. Today, more bloody violence is being reported.

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