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Preliminary referendum results show a sweeping majority of voters in Azerbaijan support extending the presidential term in the ex-Soviet nation.
Azerbaijan's Central Election Commission chief Mazahir Panahov says that with virtually all ballots counted from Monday's referendum, 84.2 percent of the votes were backing a constitutional amendment extending the presidential term from five to seven years.
Other proposed amendments, which included granting the president the right to dissolve parliament, creating new vice presidential jobs and cancelling age limits, also won overwhelming support from voters.
Pole dancers hoist themselves high, twist their bodies and do the splits upside down as they vie to be the best.
But the women, competing in the world pole fitness and sports championships in Romania's capital, Bucharest, face a challenge even before they climb onto the pole: persuading people that this is a tough sport that should be an event at the Olympic Games, and not an erotic number staged in men's clubs.
The Alliance of Parents from Romania called the Romanian national finals, where youngsters compete, "a step toward infantile prostitution," and more than 100 non-governmental groups signed a petition.
Police were called during the Sept.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will not run for president in next year's Iranian election, he said on Tuesday, bowing to the wishes of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei who warned his candidacy would increase divisions in Iran.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Tuesday he saw no sign that the migrant crisis had anything to do with an explosion on Saturday night in central Budapest, which wounded two police officers.
KOS, Greece (Reuters) - British police seeking a toddler missing for 25 years said on Tuesday they had uncovered scraps of fabric "of slight interest" in a field on the Greek island of Kos, where he was last seen.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Eight more bodies from the wreck of a boat carrying hundreds of migrants were recovered from Mediterranean waters off Egypt on Tuesday, ambulance sources said, taking the death toll to 177.