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Crossover: Aims of Iranian President's LA tour

01-12-2012 14:02 BJT

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Ealier, we spoke to our correspondent Michael Vossin in Havana. He told us about the purpose and the goals of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s Latin America tour.

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