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Americans Abroad: Teaching in Iran

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Americans Abroad: Teaching in Iran

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Americans Abroad: Teaching in Iran

Americans Abroad: Teaching in Iran

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With no diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran, few Americans travel there... and fewer still choose to live there. As part of an occasional NPR series on the lives of Americans living abroad, Marcia Franklin reports on an American teacher who's made Tehran her home since 1979.

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