Politics

Capital , Two days before the election

homeland goes to the polls on 19 May in the country’s first presidential elections since the landmark nuclear agreement in 2015, when capital agreed to roll back its nuclear programme in exchange for the removal of sanctions.

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Election rally for Ebrahim Raeisi

“Raeisi has accepted the request to run as candidate [for president] and his plans will be announced soon,” said Hojjatoleslam Raeisi’s representative, Seyyed Sowlat Mortazavi, who is also the mayor of Mashhad, adding that Raeisi had officially announced his candidacy after receiving several requests to this effect.

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Politicians who studied abroad

Mohammad-Ali Najafi He (born 13 January 1952) is an politician who held cabinet portfolios during the 1990s and 2010s. He is a retired professor of mathematics at Sharif University of Technology.

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Club election meeting for Hassan Rouhani by female fans

President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that the persian people by attending the voting stations in June 2013 elections declared that they would not quit moving towards freedom and would do the same in May 19 elections again.

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Presidential election debates in homeland

The candidates outlined their plans for the post. They were given an equal time to garner as many votes as possible in order to win the ticket to the office.

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persian politicians when were young

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad He (born on 28 October 1956) is an politician who was the sixth President of Iran from 2005 to 2013. He was also the main political leader of the Alliance of Builders of Islamic homeland, a coalition of conservative political groups in the country.

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The World’s First All-Female Special Forces in Norway

Norway has established the Jegertroppen, or the “Hunter Troop,” the world’s first all-female special operations unit with the goal of improving the country’s effectiveness in international operations.“In Afghanistan, one of our big challenges was that we would enter houses and not be able to speak to the women” Capt. Ole Vidar Krogsaeter, an officer with the Norwegian Special Operations Forces, …

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homeland opens registration for May 19 presidential election

About 126 prospective candidates submitted their names on the first day of candidate registration for homeland’s May 19 presidential elections, persian media reported on Tuesday.There are six women and seven clerics among the 126 registered people, with ages ranging from 18 to 79.

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Russian child soldiers trained in battle tactics

Some parents would gasp at the thought of their children playing with a toy gun, but these Russian children are actually encouraged to take up real arms.Military sports club, ‘Berkut’, (meaning golden eagle), trains up young Russian, who dream of joining the elite units of the Russian army and fighting under the command of President Vladimir Putin.A young boy is …

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The strangest jobs you can get working for the Royal Family

The Royal Shoe-Wearer — 2000 One of the Queen’s wardrobe staffers is responsible for breaking in her shoes. Her stylist Stewart Parvin explained it’s necessary so she doesn’t get uncomfortable or painful feet while wearing them at events, according to The Telegraph.

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