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As Iran picks a president, 2 voters, very different views

All eyes in Iran's presidential vote on Friday are on the two clerics leading the race: incumbent moderate President Hassan Rouhani and his hard-line challenger, Ebrahim Raisi. Rouhani is running … Click to Continue »
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