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DUBAI: Moderate cleric Hassan Rouhani won Iran's presidential election on Saturday, the interior ministry said, scoring a surprising landslide victory over conservative hardliners without the need of a second round run-off. Interior minister Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar announced on state television that Rouhani secured just over 50 per cent of the ballot based on a 72 per cent turnout of 50 million eligible voters. "Mr Hassan Rouhani ... got the absolute majority of votes and was elected as president," Najjar said. The outcome will not soon transform Iran's long tense relations with the west, call into question its disputed...
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