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News Headlines11 months ago
Press TV's news headlines
Iran has announced partial results from the June 18 presidential election after about 90 percent of the vote count.
Press TV's news headlines
Politics11 months ago
Rezaei plans to create ‘affluent society’ in Iran
Iranian presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei says economic development in Iran is impossible without reforms in its power structure, declaring “reform from within” and a “novel economic architecture” as two of his goals.
Rezaei plans to create ‘affluent society’ in Iran
Face to Face11 months ago
Interview with Mohsen Rezaee
This episode is an interview with Iranian presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei.
Interview with Mohsen Rezaee
Politics11 months ago
Rezaei to Press TV: I won’t wait for deal in Vienna, will instead activate natl. economy
In an interview with Press TV, Presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei says Iran will not wait for any agreement in the talks on Vienna, Austria, on a potential revival of the 2015 nuclear deal, pledging that he will work instead to keep the country moving forward by activating its national economy, if he wins the June 18 election.
Rezaei to Press TV: I won’t wait for deal in Vienna, will instead activate natl. economy
Politics11 months ago
Mohsen Rezaei on the campaign trail
Read quick updates on what Mohsen Mohsen Rezaei says on the campaign trail here. Check routinely for new content.
Mohsen Rezaei on the campaign trail
Politics11 months ago
In special report, leading Principlist paper cites poll, puts voter turnout at 45%
Iran’s leading Principlist paper, Kayhan, says a poll has assessed that 45 percent of people currently say they will participate in the forthcoming presidential election, and 67 percent of them say they will vote for Ebrahim Raeisi.
In special report, leading Principlist paper cites poll, puts voter turnout at 45%
Politics11 months ago
Presidential candidates take on each other, ushering in a more heated stage of campaigning
The candidates in Iran’s 2021 presidential election have started to move from a campaigning stage of merely laying out their own plans for the future to one of directly taking on one another.
Presidential candidates take on each other, ushering in a more heated stage of campaigning
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