A cellphone camera in use at an antigovernment protest in Sanaa, Yemen.
When Iranian hardliners draped Tehran with anti-US banners, Foreign Minister Zarif asked the world to understand that, like the US tea party, the groups don't speak for everyone.
The move comes just ahead of President Rouhani's first-ever address to the UN, and is being seen as a message to the West that he is ready to engage.
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Khamenei said that showing up at the polls to vote for a new president would defeat 'enemy' efforts to spread 'disappointment and pessimism.' Officials see turnout as key to government's legitimacy.
Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is challenging attempts to sideline him during the waning months of his presidency as the country braces for another election.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad cannot run again, but instead of easing his way out of office, he is stirring up controversy and clashing with other politicians.
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Shirin Ebadi, the first Iranian to win a Nobel Peace Prize, also spoke with the Monitor about her fight for human rights in Iran and challenged the supreme leader's role.
While full results of Friday's Iran elections have yet to be released, the regime has trumpeted an official turnout of 64 percent as a public vote of confidence after the tumultuous 2009 election.