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Iranian activists look for movement on women\'s rights MP3

When Hassan Rouhani was elected as the new Iranian president three months ago, some of his pledges included strengthening international relations, and advancing the rights of the nation's women. The recent completion of a deal between Iran and the six world powers on the Iranian nuclear program is seen as a start on fulfilling one of these promises. But how are Iranian women faring in the new political climate, with... Source: abc.net.au

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