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A summary of long-strained US-Iranian relations

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A telephone call between President Barack Obama and Iran's new president — the first exchange between American and Iranian leaders in more than three decades — at the very least opens a new chapter in the fraught relationship between the two countries. It may also end up being a significant step toward resolving global concerns over Iran's nuclear program. As he announced the...

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