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Top leader: Iran will 'slap' anyone causing election unrest

Top leader: Iran will 'slap' anyone causing election unrest

The election will be held as Rouhani, elected in a landslide in 2013, is coming to the end of his four-year term. "In this country, the basis is Islam and the Quran", Khamenei told a gathering of educators, according to his website. More than 50 million people are eligible to vote. Rouhani's campaign office in the Gheytarieh district of north Tehran was also blocked off a week earlier, after the first presidential debate on April 28. Consulte Mais Informação

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Interviews well underway for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director to replace Comey

Interviews well underway for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director to replace Comey

Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said Mr Trump must immediately provide Congress with any tapes and warned that destroying existing tapes would violate the law. "We will have to discuss it as a caucus, but I would support that move, because who the Federal Bureau of Investigation director is, is related to who the special prosecutor is". Consulte Mais Informação

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Homes of India's ex-finance minister, son searched in probe

The Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said, "Such tactics don't scare either the Congress or Chidambaram ", NDTV reported. Peter Mukerjea knew of the conspiracy, investigators have said. Rejecting allegations of political vendetta levelled by Lalu Prasad and Chidambaram , Goyal claimed the BJP government never comes in the way of law, and that investigation agencies work independently. Consulte Mais Informação

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Law enforcement memorial service planned

Vice President Mike Pence, who spoke before Trump, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions also attended the memorial. That's what law enforcement memorial day is all about. "This must end. That is why one of my first actions was to direct the Department of Justice to develop a strategy to better prevent and prosecute crimes of violence against our Federal, State, tribal, and local law enforcement officers". Consulte Mais Informação

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France's new president moves quickly on first full day in office

France's new president moves quickly on first full day in office

The nomination is a direct challenge to The Republicans, who say they aim to be the biggest party in the lower house of parliament but are lagging behind REM in the first opinion polls ahead of that ballot. Trained as a lawyer, Mr. Philippe has worked in the private sector, including for French nuclear giant Areva and an American law firm. Whilst he is not from the president's new centrist party, Mr Philippe may be able to garner support from the centre-right during President Macron's ... Consulte Mais Informação

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China's Xi outlines plans for wide cooperation in trade plan

Xi also said the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation has achieved positive outcomes over the past two days. PM Nawaz said, "As an old friend, it is a matter of enormous pleasure for him, government and the people of Pakistan to witness the success of this event as well as the transformational potential of OBOR for the peace, progress and prosperity of the people of the world". Consulte Mais Informação

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Alonso happy after Indy 500 practice

The track conditions changed dramatically from his trip to Indianapolis in early May. "So I have to learn as quick as I can in the next 10 days to try and close that gap". Some of the series' veterans have been competing for two decades or more, putting the first-time IndyCar driver at a distinct disadvantage. Marco Andretti topped the timing sheets on Monday as every driver bar Buddy Lazier made it out onto the 2.5-mile circuit. Consulte Mais Informação

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Ivory Coast's Renegade soldiers reject government deal

Ivory Coast's Renegade soldiers reject government deal

The leaders of a nationwide military mutiny in Ivory Coast have accepted a government proposal on bonus payments, two spokespersons told reporters in the city of Bouake on Tuesday. But deep divisions persist, particularly in a military assembled from former rebel and loyalist combatants. At the time, they were given a partial payment of 5.0 million francs with the remainder due to be paid this month. Consulte Mais Informação

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