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Rouhani stokes desire for change, but can he deliver?

Election officials repeatedly extended voting hours until midnight to accommodate long lines of voters, some of whom said they waited hours to cast their ballots. He promised more economic opportunities for Iran's youth, as well as promoting social justice, individual freedoms and political tolerance in his campaign.


Dugdale: SNP's 'obsession' with independence has led to 'lost generation' of kids

Dugdale: SNP's 'obsession' with independence has led to 'lost generation' of kids

Ms Sturgeon used her speech to list a number of SNP achievements in office. She said: "We have had some advice that the new curriculum is not focusing...the new curriculum for excellence, which I'm sure you're familiar with, is about educating young people to be good citizens, to not just absorb facts and figures".


France's Macron names Cabinet members

France's Macron names Cabinet members

Jean-Yves Le Drian, who was Socialist President Francois Hollande's defense minister for five years, becomes foreign minister. President Emmanuel Macron recruited Republican lawmaker Bruno Le Maire as finance minister, scoring a victory in his effort to draw support from the France's mainstream right and assigning a fluent German speaker to rebuild economic credibility in Europe.



Comey Memo Has Trump White House in Tailspin

Issa said he has faith that Mueller would be able to conduct an independent investigation. Even as members of Congress were mulling the possible expansion of the case into a cover-up probe and its reclassification from counterintelligence to criminal, the scandal appeared to grow.


Klopp: Liverpool will sign quality in search of silverware

Klopp: Liverpool will sign quality in search of silverware

A win in Sunday's game against Middlesbrough will be enough for the Reds to secure a place in Europe's elite competition but Klopp feels the prospect of doing so shouldn't be what primarily attracts players to Anfield. The youngster turned 17 on Thursday and will sign his first professional contract with the Championship outfit, who missed out on reaching the play-off final to Reading this week, on July 1st.


Texas Senator John Cornyn Among Candidates for FBI Director

Texas Senator John Cornyn Among Candidates for FBI Director

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) took himself out of the running to be the nation's next Federal Bureau of Investigation director, informing President Donald Trump's administration that he intends to stay in the Senate instead. The new development came as Republican and Democratic lawmakers pressured Trump to give a fuller explanation for why he revealed sensitive intelligence information to Lavrov.