Iran is a country located in the Middle East and borders Armenia, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Turkey and Turkmenistan. It currently has a population of 78 million according the CIA World Factbook. Tehran is the capital and the official language is Persian.
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