Ahmadinejad Claims Iran Elections 'Real And Free'

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Police and protesters clashed again on the streets of Tehran Sunday. Iran is on edge as its people and government try to determine the impact of Friday's controversial re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Saturday, police beat opposition protesters with truncheons and used tear gas to disperse the crowds, but it took hours for them to regain control of the streets.

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