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Sara Noghani (left) and Pooya Shahsiah, in their shop, Tehran Collage. Many of their designs feature words from Persian poetry that speak of a new dawn. Molly Messick/NPR hide caption

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Iranians Wait And Wonder If A New Dawn Is Coming

NPR's Steve Inskeep profiles three Iranians who discuss their dreams — and hopes that have been dashed previously.

Mohamed Magid, imam with the All Dulles Area Muslim Society, speaks during in September during an anti-extremism news conference. He says that if someone with dangerous views comes to his mosque, he first tries to correct them, but reports them to authorities if necessary. Michael Reynolds/EPA/Landov hide caption

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More Muslim Groups Voice Willingness To Combat Extremism In Their Faith

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Costume designer Julie Weiss in her studio in Southern California. Cindy Carpien/NPR hide caption

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As 'Hollywood Jobs' Turns 10, We Follow Up With The Folks In The Credits

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Iranians Wait And Wonder If A New Dawn Is Coming

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David Oyelowo (left) as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Carmen Ejogo as Coretta Scott King in Selma. Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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How One Of Gospel's Essential Songs Gave 'Selma' Its Soul

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A crib sheet created to aid police-student interactions might be the first of its kind. The sheet was created by Akron, Ohio, high school students with help from the city's police department. M.L. Schultze /WKSU hide caption

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For Students In Ohio, A Crib Sheet For Interacting With Police

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The World Could Be On The Verge Of Losing A Powerful Malaria Drug

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Trucks move containers at the Port of Long Beach in California on Tuesday. Contract negotiations between dockworkers and shipping companies have led to a slowdown on the piers. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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U.S. West Coast Port Dispute Forces Shippers To Find Alternatives

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