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Hardliner Ebrahim Raisi has been elected President of Iran in a poll that saw a vast drop in turnout and calls for a boycott. Only a limited number of candidates were approved by the ruling Guardian Council.

Iran also recently deployed warships in the Atlantic, which Professor Daniel Hellinger told Redaction Report “has more to do with attempting to projecting geopolitical power than attempting to influence the outcome of elections in Iran.”

Iran’s hard power play may prove a major test for Biden ahead of nuclear talks


Viktor Orban’s regime in Hungary has come under repeated fire for its hostile legislation towards the nation’s LGBTQIA+ community.

In the wake of fresh legislation, campaigners are now calling on the EU Commission step in and protect the rights of LGBTQIA+ people in Hungary.

Pressure mounts on the European Commission to take action over Hungary’s anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation


The UK recently announced an “agreement in principle” for a trade agreement with Australia – one the most significant trade announcements for Britain since Brexit.

Boris Johnson hailed it as “a new dawn in the UK’s relationship with Australia.” But is there more to it than meets the eye?

Australia and the UK agree a trade deal. But what will this mean?

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