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Presidential candidates must walk fine line between winning public vote and support from Supreme Leader Khamenei.
The terrorist outfit Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK) is now a 'democratic organisation'. Here's how they did it.
After 30 years of sanctions, Iran's first order of business is to convince the US and Israel that it does not want war.
Muhammad Khatami, the former Iranian president, has blamed what he called double standards by the US and Europe for the crisis with Iran over its nuclear position and other conflicts in the Middle East. 
Iran will restart some nuclear activities, including a key step prior to uranium enrichment, despite a European agreement over its contentious atomic program.
Reports of handshakes among traditional Middle East enemies have caused a public stir, with officials either downplaying or denying that the contacts ever happened.
Israeli President Moshe Katsav has shaken hands and chatted briefly with the leaders of Israel's arch-enemies, Syria and Iran, during the funeral of the Pope John Paul II, the president's office says; a report the Iranian prime minister strongly denies.
Iran's President Muhammad Khatami, paying tribute to Pope John Paul II's efforts to promote coexistence between religions, has said he will attend the pontiff's funeral on Friday.

Iranian President Muhammad Khatami has met  French President Jacques Chirac for talks on Iran's nuclear programme and the situation in

Iran will not abandon nuclear activities despite assuring the EU its nuclear programme cannot be used for weapons, President Muhammad Khatami has said.
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