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In order for a "yes" resolution to occur, the condition must resolve before the outcome. Note that "official" reopening would require some kind of formal announcement that diplomatic representatives have returned to their posts at the consent or invitation of their foreign government hosts. Any partial or limited re-opening (e.g., to provide basic paperwork or procedural assistance to travelers or expatriates) would not in and of itself qualify as an "official" reopening. The formal announcement of the reopening must be made by an official spokesperson for either of the governments, i.e. a spokesperson for the government of the embassy or of the host government. "Official" would be evidenced by a press conference, press release, or other publicly disseminated communique. Regardless of the person or entity making the announcement, the announcement must come from someone authorized to speak on behalf of the government who is in fact making the announcement in a public and official capacity. In contrast, the following would not constitute an "official" announcement: conjecture, hypothetical statements, speculation, ultimatums, offhand remarks, or "leaked" private conversations. Outcome and condition will be resolved based on reporting from one or more of the following sources: BBC News or Reuters or Economist Online (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/ or http://www.reuters.com/ or http://www.economist.com) or the British Embassy in Tehran (http://ukiniran.fco.gov.uk/en/). If nothing is reported in these sources, then the "status quo" outcome typically will be assumed for both the condition and the question (e.g., for a question about embassy closure, an absence of reporting will be taken to indicate that neither embassy reopened). Administrator reserves the right to use other sources as needed (e.g., CIA World Factbook, Wikipedia), provided those sources do not directly contradict concurrent event reporting from BBC News, Reuters, or Economist Online. In cases of substantial controversy or uncertainty, administrator may refer the question to outside subject matter experts, or we may deem the question invalid/void. "Before" should be interpreted to mean at or prior to the end (23:59:59 EST) of the previous day.