"Away from radicalism, our nation wants to live in this world in friendship", Rouhani said during a televised speech in the capital of Tehran.
Mogherini said: "Iranians took passionately part to political life of their country".
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the top leader of the country, commended the Iranian people for their "massive and epic" turnout in the country's twin elections.
Ebrahim Raisi, a conservative cleric, accused supporters of Rouhani of hundreds of acts of propaganda at voting booths - banned under electoral law.
Donald Trump long threatened to renegotiate the nuclear deal while on the campaign trail.
Relations between the US and Iran are likely to be remain hostile, according to Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
He promised voters a moderate and outward-looking Iran and criticised the conservative-dominated judiciary.
Shortly after final results were released, Khamenei had also urged Iranians to show unity following the "intensity of the days and weeks" leading up to the vote. Germany's defense minister, Ursula von der Leyen, welcomed what she called a "positive sign".
But there is no indication that Rouhani will be a "moderate" or a "reformer" on any other issues.
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Investigators said Kushner has critical information connected to the probe, but he is not suspected of committing a criminal act. Co-host Brian Kilmeade prompted Conway to explain whether it was the Russians or Kushner who proposed the secret communications.
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A spokesman for the Philippines' Army has said police are in control of the situation, and the military is monitoring it closely. Police said one gunman fired at an LED screen at the resort and lit a table on fire but did not shoot anyone.
Iran's President has important sway over domestic affairs and serves as the face of Iran to the world.
- Six men were approved to run by the Guardians Council from more than 1,600 applicants, but it quickly boiled down to a two-man race between Raisi and Rohani, an establishment veteran who oversaw a breakthrough nuclear deal with world powers to ease sanctions and pushed for engagement with the West and greater openness for Iranians. But Rouhani had history and hope on his side.
Raisi was popular among the working class and rural poor who rely on state support and benefited less from the nuclear pact.
As the Interior Minister read out the final result, it was clear Rouhani's pragmatic policies had clearly defeated the hardline stance of his opponent Ebrahim Raisi, by a margin of almost two to one.
DUBAI: Iranians yearning for more freedom at home and less isolation overseas have emphatically re-elected President Hassan Rouhani, throwing down a challenge to the conservative clergy that still holds ultimate sway. But in spite of the promise that lifting of USA sanctions will improve the economy, the national economy remains crisis-ridden. The turnout was more than 40 million (70%). Iran was also reconnected to the global banking system.
No sitting president in Iran has failed to win a second term since 1981.
President Rouhani's victory means a major defeat for the hardliners.
Assad sent a cable to Rouhani congratulating him "for the trust that was given to him by the Iranian People to continue strengthening Iran's position and its role in the region and the world as a whole". He told NPR'sMorning Edition that leaders in the US -allied countries of Israel and Saudi Arabia are likely to advocate "a policy which goes back to status quo ante on Iran which is pushing Iran back in the Middle East".
Carrying out Congress's wish would deny the Palestinians East Jerusalem , the only credible capital of a future Palestinian state. The US president has said he is reviewing whether to fulfil his campaign promise to move the facility to Jerusalem .
A hotel spokeswoman confirmed the person arrested was a guest at the luxury hotel and had been "behaving suspiciously". Newsham said police do not have enough information at this time to charge Moles with making threats.
He carded a closing 65 at Augusta National, but signed for a 66 and thus officially finished one stroke behind victor Bob Goalby . De Vicenzo's two other majors were won on the PGA Senior Tour, and 131 of his tournament victories came in his native country.
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Expecting to be rolled out in Europe and then Australia, the Kona may get a 1.6-litre engine in its top-most variant. Apart from its style, the new KONA uses the newest technology, making premium functions more available.
The nations that remain in the Paris Agreement will be in the nations that reap the benefits in jobs and industries created. But that prospect led to a swift joint statement from France, Germany, and Italy who said the accord can't be renegotiated.
Golden State Warriors' David West shoots during an NBA basketball practice, Wednesday, May 31, 2017, in Oakland, Calif. When those shots are falling, it opens things up for James, giving him the option to drive to the basket or post up.
In what has become a corresponding roster move, the Colts have also elected to waive fellow running back Brandon Radcliff . Michael played in five games for the Cowboys and registered 15 carries for 51 yards and caught one pass for two yards.
WKAR's Reginald Hardwick reports on local reaction to President Trump withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord. By abandoning the world's chief effort to slow the tide of planetary warming, Trump was fulfilling a top campaign pledge.
Withdrawing would leave the United States aligned only with Russian Federation among the world's industrialized economies. He's said California's economy is proof that combating climate change isn't the economic deadweight Trump suggests.
Trump raised alarm bells when he refused to sign up to a pledge on the deal at last week's G7 meeting in Italy. His decision could seriously hamper efforts to cut emissions and limit global temperature increases.
Musk said that should Trump choose to renege on the agreement he would have no choice but to step down from the position. Trump has expressed doubts about climate change , at times calling it a hoax to weaken United States industry.
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His Real Madrid side played quite poorly this season and he has been dealing with large shares of the criticism himself. This is something which will only further his playing career and his first accolade may come as soon as this summer.
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Fortunately for the Cavaliers they are getting solid play from Kevin Love , who could be a difference maker. This is the most obvious answer, but it is such a big deal it would be ridiculous not to include it.
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On average, equities analysts forecast that Charles Schwab Corp will post $1.62 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. The institutional investor bought 6,910 shares of the financial services provider's stock, valued at approximately $282,000.
Audi used software to cheat diesel emissions tests
"We will expand our successful Q family by 2019 with two new concepts - the Audi Q8 and the Audi Q4 ", said Stadler. It also means that Audis could switch to rear-wheel drive; now , its non-quattro cars have front-wheel drive.