Olympics Bring a Snub of Israel by Iran

Global politics has returned to the Olympics with the refusal of an Iranian judo athlete to compete against an Israeli in Athens. An Iranian government spokesman says his country will not interact with Israel in any international event. Judo's governing body has put off a decision on possible sanctions against Iran. Hear NPR's Howard Berkes.

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