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Rouhani’s NYC Tweets; Tel Aviv’s Spotty Wi-Fi

Plus a decade of trying to halt Iran’s nuclear program, and more in the news

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arriving in New York for the U.N. General Assembly.(Twitter)

• Jeffrey Goldberg “uncovered” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tweets-to-be from his visit to New York for the United Nations General Assembly. #latkes [Bloomberg]

• Here are Rouhani’s actual, somewhat less exciting tweets so far. [Jerusalem Post]

• Foreign Policy has a thorough, decade-long timeline of international diplomacy efforts and pressure to halt Iran’s nuclear program. [Foreign Policy]

• Meanwhile, Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Khomenei, has authorized Rouhani to make an overture for direct talks on Iran’s nuclear program while he’s in town. [NYT]

• Tel Aviv’s much-lauded free citywide Wi-Fi is a bit spotty. [Haaretz]

• University of West Georgia professor Carrie Pitzulo has a moving response to Marjorie Ingall’s column about her abortion and miscarriage. [Nursing Clio]

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