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The June 14 election campaigns will likely focus on the economy, as eight men seek the required majority to win.
As the country gears up for the elections, Al Jazeera takes a look at one of Iran’s most influential political families.
As two senior politicians are banned from running in the presidential race, we ask if the outcome is now predictable.
Ethnographic works on American or European culture of shoe-throwing is absolutely necessary, argues Dabashi.
Difficulties in importing medicine and equipment having adverse affect on health of up to six million patients.
The president's chief media guru is behind bars and Ahmadinejad is barred from visiting him, so what is afoot in Iran?
Are tougher sanctions over Iran's nuclear programme an effective way to open diplomatic channels?
As Israel demands a nuclear ultimatum for Iran, what will happen if Tehran refuses to back down?
We discuss the reasons behind the deep internal rift over oil production quotas as ministers decide on the next leader.
We ask if calls for a closer union between Gulf states are part of a broader strategy to counter Iran's influence.
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