In this undated photo released by office of former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, Mohammad Khatami, watches a video on his laptop, at his office, in Tehran, Iran. Many reformists are expected to sit out the June 14 voting in a silent protest over the crackdowns that have left them leaderless and demoralized. Others unwilling to boycott the election are rallying around a last-ditch call for help to Khatami, who is seen increasingly as their only credible hope at the ballot box. (AP Photo/Office of Mohammad Khatami, Asghar Khaksar)

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In this undated photo released by office of former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, Mohammad Khatami, watches a video on his laptop, at his office, in Tehran, Iran. Many reformists are expected to sit out the June 14 voting in a silent protest over the crackdowns that have left them leaderless and demoralized. Others unwilling to boycott the election are rallying around a last-ditch call for help to Khatami, who is seen increasingly as their only credible hope at the ballot box. (AP Photo/Office of Mohammad Khatami, Asghar Khaksar)
In this undated photo released by office of former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, Mohammad Khatami, watches a video on his laptop, at his office, in Tehran, Iran. Many reformists are expected to sit out the June 14 voting in a silent protest over the crackdowns that have left them leaderless and demoralized. Others unwilling to boycott the election are rallying around a last-ditch call for help to Khatami, who is seen increasingly as their only credible hope at the ballot box. (AP Photo/Office of Mohammad Khatami, Asghar Khaksar)
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