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U.S. May Aid Iran Activists

The Bush administration is considering a more aggressive effort to foster opposition inside Iran and seeking ways to use a new $3-million fund to support activists without exposing them to the risk of arrest. The approach would represent a change since President Bush’s first term, when the administration was more wary of such potentially dangerous moves, officials said. “We can now be much more aggressive [about Iran] than we had been,” a senior official said, hailing the arrival of Condoleezza Rice at the State Department as invigorating the president’s push for democracy. Full Story

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