• Rouhani Re-Elected as President

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    Mr Rouhani's victory followed a huge 73 per cent turnout on Friday which forced authorities to extend polling by several hours. Syrian President Bashar Assad was one of the first world leaders to congratulate President Rouhani on his re-election.
  • Comey to testify before Senate intelligence committee

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    And The New York Times said the United States president had told top Russian officials Comey's sacking had relieved "great pressure" on him. Many Democrats believe that the real reason Mr. The president himself labeled the ongoing Federal Bureau of Investigation probe a "witch hunt" this week after the Justice Department appointed a special counsel to oversee it in the wake of Comey's firing.
  • Venezuela: Teenager killed as mass protests rage

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    At least two people have died in renewed clashes between protesters and police in Venezuela . A grisly video purporting to show the final moments of one man left dead in the turmoil capped Monday's unrest as a morning of initially peaceful demonstrations turned violent outside Caracas , with two deaths reported at separate demonstrations in Tachira, a mountainous state bordering Colombia.
  • Five last-minute gift ideas for Mother's Day

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    If you think you have not expressed the love for your mother , this May 14 ensure you don't carry the guilt anymore. International Mother's Day is the third most popular holiday throughout the year, after Christmas and Easter. We have a very Special Bond, which only comes from God... Do you perhaps have more information pertaining to this story? Her campaign to make " Mother's Day " a recognized holiday in the United States began in 1905, the year her mother , Ann Reeves Jarvis, ...
  • Impeaching Donald Trump Won't Fix The Country

    Impeaching Donald Trump Won't Fix The Country

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    James Comer of Kentucky said of Trump. "He is a good guy". Collins spokeswoman Annie Clark said Maine's senior senator "believes the allegations made in the New York Times are serious and warrant further investigation" and "it is going to be necessary to see the actual memo and to hear from Mr.
  • Iran Presidential Candidate Congratulates Rouhani on Re-election

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    An Iranian woman flashes a victory sign as she waits to cast her ballot in the presidential elections at a polling station in Tehran on Friday. The chief of the electoral committee, Ali Asghar Ahmadi, said that the former Minister of Physical Education Mostafa Hashemi-Taba, a moderate reformist, ranked fourth with 139,331 votes (0.53 percent).
  • Amazon's Latest Echo Device Includes a Touchscreen

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    The device features a depth-sensing camera that can be used to take full-length photos of your look each day. With the new Amazon Echo also sporting a camera, there is the possibility that it will also be able to assist users with their fashion choices.
  • Regional softball pushed back to 8 p.m.

    Regional softball pushed back to 8 p.m.

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    The victor of OU-NDSU would then face Tulsa in a winner's bracket game at 5:30 p.m., while the loser would meet Arkansas in an elimination game at 8 p.m. The victor of OU-NDSU would then face Tulsa in a winner's bracket game at 5:30 p.m., while the loser would meet Arkansas in an elimination game at 8 p.m.
  • Iran: New US Sanctions on Missile Work Show 'Ill Will'

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    The updated list of sanctioned American firms and individuals will be released after obtaining approval by relevant Iranian authorities. The sanctions imposed over Iran's record on human rights, terrorism and ballistic missiles has scared valuable foreign investors seen as indispensable to reviving the economy.
  • Independent Scotland may not rejoin European Union immediately: Sturgeon

    Independent Scotland may not rejoin European Union immediately: Sturgeon

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    Speaking to BBC's Good Morning Scotland, the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) said that her government would be trying to keep Scotland in the European Union and the single market. Heappey's comment will be unhelpful to Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Conservatives in Scotland, who has been leading a revival of the party's fortunes there and whose MPs have become the main threat to Sturgeon's dominant SNP.