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Iranian hard-line students burn U.S. and British flags on June 23, 2009, during a protest outside the British Embassy in Tehran after the country's disputed presidential elections. The conservative incumbent, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, was re-elected. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Political Turmoil In Iran Complicates U.S. Diplomacy

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