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Iran votes in vital elections after nuclear deal

Iranian officials say polling stations could stay open if there are queues and more time is needed to cast ballotsIranians began voting across the country Friday in elections billed by the moderate president as vital to curbing conservative dominance in parliament and speeding up domestic reforms after a nuclear deal with world powers. A pro-government coalition called “The List of Hope” is representing President Hassan Rouhani’s ambitions in the polls. Should Khamenei, who is 76, die during that time its members would pick his successor.

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