How Iran’s presidential election could bring more change
Iranians went to the polls by the tens of millions Friday to cast their votes in a hotly contested presidential election. Steve Inskeep of NPR, reporting all week from Iran, talks to Judy Woodruff about what this election means for Iran’s path ahead and how freedoms have slightly loosened under incumbent President Hassan Rouhani.
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