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BOSTON — Kathy Cody was walking through Boston Common on her way to the subway yesterday when she was taken aback by a sight outside the station: there on a white pedestal, stood a red phone, with a sign inviting passers-by to speak directly to someone in Iran.
It was common folk communicating with common folk, despite a distance of 6,000 miles and the difference of 10 hours on the clock.