Iranians began voting Friday in a presidential election that will either hand Hassan Rouhani a second term to pursue his engagement with the world economy, or see control of the nations top elected office lurch back to conservatives whose antagonism to the West left Iran isolated.
Polling for 55 million voters started at 8 a.m. after a campaign that became increasingly bitter the longer it went on. Echoing recent elections around the world, it centered on populist claims that ordinary people were being left behind. The race wa ...
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