Conflict & Justice

Ahmadinejad to appoint female ministers

President Ahmadinejad is having a hard time governing in the wake of the disputed presidential election. There have been objections to his choices for cabinet ministers. Now he's announced he wants to appoint two women ministers. If they're approved, it would mark the first time since the Islamic revolution that women have been chosen to be part of Iran's government. The World's Laura Lynch reports.

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