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Incumbent President Rouhani wins Iran elections

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 20 May 2017 ()
President Hassan Rouhani has won against conservative hardliner Ebrahim Raisi by a landslide. Rouhani's victory signals that the majority of Iranians wish to keep the course of reform and modernization.
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Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has won re-election with 23.5 million votes, the Interior Ministry reports. Some 40 million people turned out to cast their ballot. That’s around 70 percent of the electorate. The campaign was hard-fought, particularly between moderate Rouhani and his closest...

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