BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY MEETS IRAN'S PRESIDENT KHATAMI
British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw (L) greets Iranian President Mohammad Khatami (R)in Tehran September 25, 2001. Straw, on the first visit to Iran by a British Foreign Minister since the 1979 Islamic revolution, said Britain would show Iran some evidence on the deadly attacks in the United States and would seek "advice" from the Islamic republic about its neighbor, Afghanistan.
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