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Documentary filmmaker Maryam Majd in the office she shares with three other women in #tehran
People enjoying themselves on Election Day in #tehran. Nearby a parked bus was being used as a polling station.
Midnight in #tehran earlier this election week. In the lower left corner a man waves a red banner that says "96%" -- the Occupy-style slogan of the populist candidate Ebrahim Raisi. Votes will be counted tonight.
Manijeh Farajbakht on her rooftop in #tehran, where she cooks home-made lunches for startup @mamanpaz. #iran votes today on whether to reelect President #hassanrouhani, who made a nuclear deal with the West.
A ride in #iran' version of Uber. Better 3G and 4G coverage here has helped entrepreneurs launch startups modeled after Western businesses. Oh, and our driver was a 20-year-old student who supports the conservative presidential candidate, Ebrahim #raisi
14-year-old Hadi Amini, at a rally for #ebrahimraisi, the conservative candidate challenging #iran's president, #hassanrouhani, in an election Friday
Ships lined up off the coast of #istanbul #turkey 🇹🇷
Friends Shaghayagheh and Atikeh enjoy a quiet moment at the tomb of Hafez in Shiraz, where they seek clues to the future through the poet's words. Hear the story by @steve_inskeep tomorrow on @morningedition #nprontheroad
This picture, for sale in Shiraz, is actually a finely woven carpet. Follow @steve_inskeep as he chronicles his journey through Iran this week. #nprontheroad
A "wall of kindness" for the needy. Anyone may take or leave clothes here. Photo taken in Shiraz by our @steve_inskeep #nprontheroad
Producer extraordinaire @emilyalphabet waiting to board the women's section of the Tehran Metro. Despite economic sanctions of recent years, a Chinese company helped build this sprawling underground network. #nprontheroad
How and when do ordinary Iranians expect to benefit from sanctions relief? NPR's @steve_inskeep hits the streets of Tehran this week to ask them. #nprontheroad
A #tehran metro station with a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei overhead. Photo via @steve_inskeep, who is reporting in #iran this week. On the show today, he shares his first impressions of Iran — just weeks after ...
@nprgreene is hosting live from Smokey Row Coffee this morning. He's been on the road talking to Iowans all week, ahead of the #iacaucus tonight.
Regram from @nprgreene, who is on the road reporting from #iowa: "Lucy Knauss owns the Big House Bar and Grill in Persia, Iowa. She wants a president who will make it easier for small businesses to access loans. Right now, ...
Host David Greene is on the road in #iowa ahead of the caucuses next week. Above: a snapshot he took before his flight from snowy D.C. Follow his Instagram @nprgreene for the sights and scenes from his travels. #iowabound #ia
Matching uni's for breaking news updates #newsteamassemble
Morning Edition intern @gabriela.saldivia records @nationalbuildingmuseum's "The Beach" exhibit for a sound rich piece airing on tomorrow's show. The interactive art installation includes an "ocean" of nearly one million recyclable translucent plastic balls.
Good morning! Here are our early stories. More in our profile link. #morningedition
We're thrilled to announce that novelist Gillian Flynn has picked our next #morningeditionbookclub selection: Kate Atkinson's "A God In Ruins." We'll be hosting a discussion about the book on our FB page (link in profile) and Twitter (we're @MorningEdition) every ...
Residents gather to discuss positive change in Baltimore at a community center just south of Druid Hill Park. Link to story in profile. Photo by editor Kenya Young.
Multimedia team needed a body double for POTUS before he arrived so editor @ammado stepped up. Pres Obama later said, "he's taller and more handsome than me."
Ari Shapiro took this photo at the Baharka camp for displaced people in northern Iraq, while out reporting on the psychological toll that brutal ISIS tactics are having on the people there. Hear his story:
A few more scenes from the road to Kindia, #guinea, where the country's Grand Imam pleaded with hundreds of clerics to get their #ebola messaging on the same page:
Local journalist Kamano Bella
Turning up ⬆️ for #guinea vs #cotedivoire 5 hours before #afcon soccer match. We'll send an audio postcard about everyone here taking their minds off #ebola for the day
The view from our hotel in #conakry, #guinea ⚽️
#dakar, Senegal, of "Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, NPR News, DAKARR" fame. She's headed to nearby #guinea to report on #ebola this week.

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