The 36th anniversary of the U.S. embassy takeover in Tehran unfolded Wednesday with the familiar protests and chants of “Death to America.” But there was also a new twist: growing battles between hard-liners and their opponents over how much Iran will change after a landmark nuclear deal with the United States and other powers.
And in the middle was Iran’s ultimate power, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who is trying to fine-tune his message that the nuclear accord can stand, but future openings to Washington are not an option.
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