Ahmadinejad to U.S.: Say You're Sorry





A day after President Obama struck a conciliatory tone toward Iran, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged America on Wednesday to apologize for its actions toward his country over the past 60 years and said it was unclear whether the new administration was merely shifting tactics or wanted real change.

But he did not explicitly rebuff Mr. Obama’s gesture. “We are waiting patiently,” he said, referring to the policies of the new administration. “We will listen to the statements closely, we will carefully study their actions, and if there are real changes, we will welcome it.”


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