Iran accuses US of interference in election feud

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June 17, 2009 20:06

 
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Iran has accused the United States of "intolerable" meddling in its internal affairs, alleging for the first time that Washington has fueled a bitter post-election dispute. A state television channel in Iran said Wednesday that the government had summoned the Swiss ambassador, who represents US interests in Iran, to complain about American interference. The two countries broke off diplomatic relations after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. An English-language state-run channel quoted the government as calling Western interference "intolerable."

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