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Iran election: Hassan Rouhani says voters rejected extremism

BBC News Saturday, 20 May 2017 ()
Iran election: Hassan Rouhani says voters rejected extremismThe president says his re-election shows that Iranians want more interaction with the world.
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News video: Rouhani leads in Iran’s presidential election – preliminary results

Rouhani leads in Iran’s presidential election – preliminary results 01:05

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is on track for re-election, initial results suggest. Some 40 million people turned out to vote, or around 70 percent of the electorate. In results announced after 26 million ballots had been counted, Rouhani appeared set for a second term, with around 56 percent of...

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