Iran General NewsUS backs Iran protest right, won't meddle-W.House

US backs Iran protest right, won’t meddle-W.House

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ImageReuters: President Barack Obama will continue to back the right of Iranians to peacefully protest the outcome of last week's election without "meddling" in an internal Iranian debate, the White House said on Wednesday.

ImageWASHINGTON, June 17 (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will continue to back the right of Iranians to peacefully protest the outcome of last week's election without "meddling" in an internal Iranian debate, the White House said on Wednesday.

"The president will continue to address those concerns and ensure that we're not meddling," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters.

(Reporting by Doug Palmer; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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