Iran Reformists Regroup Conservatives take firm control of Iran after disputed parliamentary elections, ousting moderates who had briefly held power. But Iran's reform movement is likely to continue outside of government, and there are signs that conservatives also want closer ties with the United States. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Mike Shuster.
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Iran Reformists Regroup After Election Loss

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Iran Reformists Regroup After Election Loss

Iran Reformists Regroup After Election Loss

Iran Reformists Regroup After Election Loss

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Conservatives take firm control of Iran after disputed parliamentary elections, ousting moderates who had briefly held power. But Iran's reform movement is likely to continue outside of government, and there are signs that conservatives also want closer ties with the United States. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Mike Shuster.