Critics say the contest recalled the kind of vote that kept Arab autocrats in power for decades before the 2011 Arab Spring.
The protests have highlighted an issue that played a role in earlier unrest and the authorities have cracked down, while recognizing the need for change.
Trump has given London, Paris and Berlin until May 12 to offer concrete “fixes” to the accord
The Trump administration has given European powers a May 12 deadline to engage in a conversation over “fixing” the nuclear accord.
Even with the civil war largely over, some Gazans criticize Hamas for cooperating with Iran, the heart of the Shi’ite enemies for Sunnis everywhere.
The White House has warned for months that US President Donald Trump is serious about withdrawing from the nuclear agreement, a move that would mean the return of crippling US sanctions on Iran.
The significance that Hamas is seeking Iran’s help for an issue in Iraq is more symbolic of Hamas’ relations with Tehran and Iran’s influence in Iraq - this is of greater concern to Israel.
Although transgender people technically enjoy better rights in Pakistan than in many other nations, in practice they are marginalized.
Sisi, 63, faces only one challenger who is a long-time supporter of the president.
Some 59 million Egyptians are eligible to vote in Monday's election.
‘Der Spiegel’ first reported suspicious site near Lebanese border in 2015.
The Houthi-run SABA news agency reported the group's missile force had targeted King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh with a Burkan H2 missile.
Rebels threaten historic diversity in province where Jews once visited Kurdish, Yazidi neighbors.
Sisi, who led the overthrow of Egypt's first freely elected president in 2013, wants a high turnout to affirm his legitimacy after all credible opponents dropped out in January.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, currently on his first visit to the United States as heir apparent, has promised to promote a more moderate form of Islam.
"These defendants are now fugitives of justice," US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said.
The kingdom's nuclear rhetoric is about US policy and the Iranian threat.
Harasta is the smallest of three enclaves now held by the rebels in the suburbs of Damascus.
Insulting the president is a crime punishable by up to four years in prison in Turkey.