Iran May Toughen Stance on Nuclear Program

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Though final results of Friday's elections have yet to be released, it's clear that Iran's hard-liners have regained control of the country's parliament. Some analysts predict conservatives will back away from reformist moves to improve relations with the United States and open Iran's nuclear program to international inspection. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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