Iranian President Hassan Rouhani earned an emphatic vote of confidence and reformist partners secured surprise gains in parliament in early results
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his ally and former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani have won the most votes in the race for membership of the
Iran has started counting tens of millions of votes after the country’s first election since curbing its nuclear programme. That lead to the removal
Moderates and reformists go head-to-head with conservatives in Iran's first parliamentary election since the historic nuclear deal was signed.
Voting is underway in Iran. The election will shape the future of Iran for at least a decade. Hardliners and moderate candidates are vying for seats
The overwhelming majority of Iranians are Shi'ite Muslims with numbers as high as 80 percent of the population.
On Friday elections take place that will shape the future of Iran for at least a decade. Hardliners and moderate candidates will vie for seats in
Centrist candidates behind President Hassan Rouhani, who deny links with the West, are up against conservative hardliners
Final campaigning is underway in Iran, ahead of Friday’s elections for parliament and the body that will choose the country’s next supreme leader
An election campaign stares out at Iranians but the posters are limited by law in size. There are no street meetings, no television spots ahead of
The Islamic Republic of Iran is due to hold parallel elections on February 26, 2016.