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Protests show 'another path possible' for Iran: UK foreign secretary to AFP


Britain's top diplomat calls on Iran's leadership to choose "another path" including embracing a nuclear deal as protests grip the nation after the death of a young woman arrested by morality police. SOUNDBITE

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