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Iran's Supreme Leader Appoints New Hard-Line Judiciary Chief

Iran's Supreme Leader Appoints New Hard-Line Judiciary Chief

11 January 2022

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei nominated Ejehi as the next judiciary chief to replace outgoing Ebrahim Raisi, who was just elected as the country's new president.

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11 January 2022

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Iranians Vote To Elect Their New President; Is Iran A Democracy? Here's All You Need To Know

As Iranians cast their vote to determine their next president, here is all you need to know about Iran Election

Iran Presidential Elections: Polls Tipped In Favour Of Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi

Iran Presidential Elections: Polls Tipped In Favour Of Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi

11 January 2022

Iran's presidential election: With uncertainty surrounding Iran's efforts to restore its 2015 nuclear deal and growing hardship at home as a result of years of...


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Iran's Supreme Leader Appoints New Hard-Line Judiciary Chief

Iran's Supreme Leader Appoints New Hard-Line Judiciary Chief

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei nominated Ejehi as the next judiciary chief to replace outgoing Ebrahim Raisi, who was just elected as the country's new president.

11 January 2022
The NEWS

The NEWS

In case you missed it: News and newsmakers from India over the past week

11 January 2022
Iranians Vote To Elect Their New President; Is Iran A Democracy? Here's All You Need To Know

Iranians Vote To Elect Their New President; Is Iran A Democracy? Here's All You Need To Know

As Iranians cast their vote to determine their next president, here is all you need to know about Iran Election

11 January 2022
Iran Presidential Elections: Polls Tipped In Favour Of Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi

Iran Presidential Elections: Polls Tipped In Favour Of Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi

Iran's presidential election: With uncertainty surrounding Iran's efforts to restore its 2015 nuclear deal and growing hardship at home as a result of years of US sanctions, Iranian observers see voter turnout as a referendum on the leadership's handling of a variety of crises.

11 January 2022
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