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After the harsh crackdowns on dissent in Iran.
Just getting someone to talk on the phone is difficult but we reached one student who told us that young Iranians have a lot of worries in the current political situation.
Part called opportunity.
It should certainly plan.
Sitting on most of the -- But looked -- its actions.
And the as Iran keeps the memory -- the bloody eight year war with Iraq alive.
Fears of an Israeli military strike -- in real but not as -- as making ends meet especially since currency.
The -- has lost more than half its value in the last year and people have lost confidence in their government.
I think when we sold the run on the -- was the first time when there was an indication that society at large and certainly the economic.
The commercial effect is getting quite worried that they're on their lunches anymore.
Sanctions over the nuclear program has made it very difficult to get anything into the country.
Crippling many industries that have nothing to do with the nuclear program reportedly some factories are shedding personnel and food is costing more than it does in America.
The US -- -- partners meeting that the Iranians in Baghdad tomorrow are hoping that this financial pressure wolf finally caused Iran to rein in its nuclear program.
In London Amy Kellogg Fox News.
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