Iran's president urges next US government to heal American image

Iran's president has urged the next US government to restore America's international image by respecting justice and human rights. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the current administration in Washington "has lost its fame and the fame of America in the eyes of the other people of the world." Ahmadinejad told a news conference Tuesday during a visit to Malaysia that "the next government would need at least 30 years in order to compensate, renovate and innovate the damages done by Mr. (George W.) Bush." The Iranian leader urged Washington to heal its image by "relying on (the) basis of justice, humanitarian acts and respect for human beings."