Iran's President Hassan Rouhani smiles while attending an annual meeting of Iranian ambassadors, in Tehran, Iran August 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Mohammad Berno/Iranian Presidency Office)
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Iran's conservative-dominated parliament Wednesday voted to sack the science minister for wanting to recruit people accused of involvement in the 2009 protest movement.Reza Faraji Dana, whose responsibilities included Iran's universities, was sacked after a censure motion went against him.Faraji Dana was also accused of allowing students to return to university after having been expelled "for moral and political reasons".He is the first minister in the current government to be the subject of a censure motion.
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