Rouhani vowed to continue his efforts to end the country's isolation as he was sworn in by supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to serve his second term following his re-election in May.
President-elect Hassan Rouhani has received official confirmation as the country's political leader after Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei handed him his appointment letter in confirmation of the election results.
Iran's supreme leader yesterday criticized new US sanctions on Tehran signed by US President Donald Trump the previous day, and vowed his nation would continue its missile program, despite global pressure.
Conscious of the task ahead, President Rouhani said "the time for unity and cooperation has begun" because the election has ended.
Although the nuclear accord, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), lifted nuclear related sanctions against Iran, the benefits of the deal have been slow-to-come for many Iranians, as ordinary people argue that they have not felt it in their day-to-day lives.
Rohani, a 68-year-old self-proclaimed moderate, won a second term in May.
"Islamic Establishment never accepts to be isolated in the world; we emphasize constructive interacton with world within framwork of constitution", Rouhani reaffirmed urging all organizations and parties to cooperate in this regard.
"I extend my hand to all those who seek the greatness of the country". Rouhani will have to present his cabinet to the Iranian parliament for ratification within two weeks of his inauguration.
President Hassan Rouhani, who championed a nuclear deal with the world powers during his first term, has faced accusations of a failed accord, which has not benefited the ordinary Iranians.
United States officials have steadily condemned North Korea's missile tests, which are a violation of worldwide law. At least 16 US citizens have been detained in North Korea in the past 10 years, the State Department says .
Kharge said, seeking to know how many First Information Reports had been filed and how numerous accused were in jail. This money could be their seed money to get another loan, but now you have totally damaged rural economy.
Last year, an inquiry led by Sir John Chilcot ruled the invasion had not been a "last resort" as presented to MPs and the public. Wright intervened in the case and his legal team urged the Lord Chief Justice to block the challenge.
According to the reports that were coming, Apple was planning to include an infrared camera for scanning the face of users. Included in the code is also a picture of an iPhone prototype which doesn't have any bezel or the Touch ID button.
To assess e-cigarette use and associated changes in population smoking cessation in the U.S., researchers analyzed data from U.S. Results showed that 65 per cent of e-cigarette users tried to quit, versus 40 per cent of smokers who didn't vape.
The company pulled out all the stops this past quarter. "Unfortunately, it is precisely these distortions that make M&A so hard ". The company added 88,000 postpaid customers during the quarter, marking the eighth straight quarter of growth on the front.
One Official said that one of the six was hit by a bullet in his shoulder and other five have minor injuries. Encounter has come to an end in Tahab area of district Pulwama with the killing of the two militants.
If such a genetically modified child were born, they would pass on the edited changes in their DNA to subsequent generations. Or are we going to engage democratic deliberation to determine if this should be done, and if so, what the parameters are?
Tax breaks for Foxconn plant considered in Wisconsin
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Britain's Prince Philip makes final solo public appearance
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Some rides reopening at OH fair after death
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UP: 2 SP, one BSP MLCs resign, set to join BJP
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A drink most days keeps diabetes away
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LG Electronics sees slight profit increase in Q2
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