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PHOTO GALLERY: Iranians vote in presidential election


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An elderly man registers to cast his ballot at a polling station in Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Election officials check people's ID cards at a polling station in Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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A handout picture provided by the office of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on May 19, 2017 AFP
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An Iranian woman casts her ballot for the presidential elections at a polling station in Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani casts his vote during the presidential election in Tehran, Iran, May 19, 2017 Reuters
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Iranians flash the V-sign as they prepare to vote for the presidential elections at a polling station in Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Iranian people arrive to cast their vote during the presidential election in Tehran, Iran, May 19, 2017 Reuters
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Iranians wait in a queue for the opening of the polling station to cast their ballots for the presidential elections in Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Iranians register before casting their votes for local councils and presidential elections at a polling station in Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Iranians show their ink-stained fingers after casting their ballots for the presidential elections at a polling station in southern Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Iranian women line up to cast their ballot for the presidential elections at a polling station in southern Tehran on May 19, 2017 AFP
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Iranian voters queue at a polling station for the presidential and municipal council election in Tehran, Iran, Friday, May 19, 2017 AP
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