How Iranian-Americans Are Tracking the News

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Iran’s Guardian Council today says it is recounting the votes in last Friday’s deeply divisive elections. Meanwhile, the government has said it will shut down reporting from the country. To discuss how Iranian-Americans are trying to track the news from their homeland, The Takeaway is joined by Hadi Guyemi, spokesperson for the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran; he is also a former Human Rights Watch worker.

Here's a real-time update of what people on Twitter are saying about Iran.


Hadi Guy-ehmi

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