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Iran's Ahmadinejad ineligible to run for president, clerical body says

"Iran's Donald Trump" won't be able to seek re-election, the country says.

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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Former Iranian president, 9/11 conspiracy theorist is running again

Ahmadinejad is hoping for a third term as Iran's president.
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Saudi Arabia Severs Diplomatic Relations With Iran

The relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran has officially soured.
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Iran's Plan to Limit Access to Birth Control Will Backfire Spectacularly

It's bad news for the country's women — and young people in general.
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A 3-Minute Video Tells You What Iranians Really Think Of America

The popular image of Iranians is of an irrational people bent on war. These average Iranians show just how wrong this is.
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Success of Iran Nuclear Talks Depends on Ayatollah Khamenei, Not the Negotiators

As a fresh-faced Iran sits down to talk with Western counterparts about the future of its nuclear program, it is important to keep in mind who ultimately makes decisions about its trajectory.

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American Diplomacy with Iran is Good for Israel

The recent diplomatic thaw in relations between the U.S. and Iran bodes well for America’s ability to convince Iran to scale back its nuclear program.
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The Interview That Should Give You Hope For U.S.-Iran Relations

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani remained consistent in his message in an interview with NBC to enter negotiations with the U.S. Now it's on Washington and Tehran to keep the positive momentum.
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Hassan Rouhani: Iran Has a New President But That Doesn't Mean Anything Will Change

The election of President Hassan Rouhani signals a significant shift from the conservative ideals of Ahmadinejad, but he will have little ability to influence Iran's international stance.
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Hassan Rouhani Iran: Don't Expect Iran to Become a Western-Style Democracy

The elections in Iran might bring change in the power structure, but not a western-style democracy. As for Iran's strategic regional ambitions, they should remain unchanged.
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Hassan Rouhani: We Can Expect a Toned-Down Foreign Policy From Iran's New President

A moderate just became the President of Iran. But should we expect any change in Iranian foreign policy?

Iran Election Results: Hassan Rouhani Wins, But Will He Bring Reform?

Hassan Rouhani's election as president of Iran represents a strong signal of people's displeasure with the status quo and reflects the continued desire for change amongst many in the country.
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Runoff Likely in High Turnout Election

Millions of Iranians are heading to the polls today to elect a new president to replace Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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Polls Close in an Hour

Millions of Iranians are heading to the polls today to elect a new president to replace Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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Supreme Leader Khamenei and the Candidates Cast Their Votes

Millions of Iranians are heading to the polls today to elect a new president to replace Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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Iran Election 2013: It's A Referendum on the Economy, But is True Reform Possible?

Iranians will head to the polls Friday to vote for Ahmadinejad's replacement. While the world is focused on Iran's foreign policy, the Iranian electorate is only focused on the economy.

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Iran Presidential Election 2013: Is There An Opening For a Moderate Candidate?

No matter the outcome, do not expect a radical shift in policy over the country's nuclear program.
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Iran Elections 2013: Rigged Elections Will Blow Up in the Regime's Face

Iran's supreme leader plans to "engineer" the presidential elections, calculating all steps to get his own man elected. This could very well below up in his face.
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Saeed Jalili: Iran's Top Presidential Contender Might Be Worse Than Ahmadinejad

Iran's chief nuclear negotiator is the front-runner in the presidential election — and could spell doom to Iran's relationship with America.
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Iran Election 2013: Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Shutting Out Ahmadinejad

The growing public schism between him and Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has put Ahmadinejad’s future political aspirations at stake.
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Iran Elections 2013: Is the Regime Beginning to Collapse Under Its Own Weight?

Iran's Council of Guardians have eliminated two key players from taking part in the upcoming presidential elections. The showdown may amount to political suicide for the regime.

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Iran Election 2013: Everything You Need to Know About the 8 Candidates

Eight candidates have been cleared to run in this year's election to succeed outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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Iran Election 2013: Eight Candidates and Zero Hopes For Reform

An architect of modern Iranian politics and former Ahmadinejad aide are out of the country's opaque race for president. So who's in?
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Iran Elections 2013: Will Someone Who Isn't a Total Nut Run the Country?

Iran's elections take place in June. World leaders, the global community and Iran's people will be skeptically watching.
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Presidents' Day 2013: 4 Important Presidential Decisions, And Everything to Read on Monday

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War With Iran: Ayatollah Says They're Not Building a Nuke, But Who Could Stop Them if They Were?

Iran's reclusive Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, emerged Saturday to tell the world that Iran is not building a nuke — but who could stop them, anyhow?

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U.S. Talks With Iran: Joe Biden Says It's a Possibility

Speaking to a security conference in Munich, Joe Biden said that direct talks with the Iranian leadership are possible if they got "serious." Could negotiations be around the corner?
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Iran Nuclear Talks Delayed, But Time is Ripe For a Breakthrough

Despite delays, a number of factors are creating favorable conditions for breakthrough talks with Iran on its nuclear program, based on its legitimate right to enrich uranium.
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Beware of Fear-Mongering On Iran

Arguments supporting war with Iran are unfounded.