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Iran / Elections / Protests #937101

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 21, 2009
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced. {Note: DTV transition message on screen from 5:31:20 to 5:32:50.}

(Middle East: Jim Sciutto) The clampdown by the Iranian government on protesters after the elections featured; images of violence in Tehran shown; details given about the call from President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for the US & Britain to stop interfering & of the political battle inside the divided government. [Voice of Iranian WOMAN - says we don't have leadership.] [Vacationing American Michelle MAY††- comments on being arrested by police.]

(Studio: David Muir; White House: Rachel Martin) The White House meeting of President Obama & advisers about the violence in Iran & the Republican criticism of Obama as being too timid discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(New York: Ned Potter) The faraway allies for Iranian dissidents featured; details given about how engineers across the globe are keeping the Internet open for communication out of Iran. [Computer scientist Shiyu ZHOU††- comments on Iran.] [Hudson Inst. Michael HOROWITZ†- notes 21st century walls are made of electrons.]

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Sciutto, Jim;
Martin, Rachel;
Potter, Ned
Duration:
00:05:10

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