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From the Feuilletons

from 02.10.2009

Süddeutsche Zeitung 26.09.2009

Back in the spring, German-Iranian writer Navid Kermani travelled to the Iranian city of Ahmadabad – where Mohammed Mossadeq (the lion) lived and died, Iran's democratically elected leader whose government was overthrown by the CIA in 1959. Among the people his memory is still very much alive, ...

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