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Decades after alcohol ban, Iran admits it has a problem

2017/09/12 | 13:10

(Iraq Now News)- ?In recent years, Iran, where alcohol has been illegal since the 1979 revolution and is taboo for devout Muslims, has taken the first step and admitted that, like most other nations, it has an alcohol problem, a report on the New York Times has said.

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