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Arab Spring Changes Ahmadinejad's Position At U.N.

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Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed the United Nations General Assembly. On previous visits to New York, Ahmadinejad enjoyed considerable attention from the media and visible displays of support from some U.N. member states. But the Arab Spring has changed that.
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