Iran Election Too Close to Call

Iran holds its first run-off presidential election — a contest that pits a former well-known president who portrays himself as a moderate against a hard-liner who's a staunch supporter of the country's religious rulers. Analysts say the outcome is too close to call and that turn-out will be important.

Correction June 25, 2005

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