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Iran's leaders seem to be divided over whether to talk to the U.S. next week during the U.N. General Assembly. Meetings may be especially important after Saudi oil facilities were attacked.

Iran’s Hard-Liners May Try To Scuttle Possibility Of Talks With U.S.

By Peter Kenyon NPR
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