Murder In Pakistan, Fiction In Iran And The 'Weirdest Show On Television' In this podcast, author Goli Taraghi talks about the comedy and tragedy of Iranian life, an investigator explores the mysterious death of Pakistani leader Benazir Bhutto, and Eric Andre shares his surreal comedy talk show with NPR.
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Murder In Pakistan, Fiction In Iran And The 'Weirdest Show On Television'

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Murder In Pakistan, Fiction In Iran And The 'Weirdest Show On Television'

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