Iranian Students, Teachers Rally for Democratic Change

Hundreds of students frustrated with the rule of Muslim clerics take to the streets of Tehran, calling for democratic reforms in Iran. And more than 250 university teachers and writers issue a statement of support, demanding that the country's religious leaders answer to the people. Hear Farnaz Fassihi of The Wall Street Journal.

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