Iran's former nuclear negotiator, Hasan Rohani, a potential front-runner in the presidential race, addresses, in a campaign rally in Tehran, Iran, Thursday, May 2, 2013. One candidate stresses Iran's need to find ways to persuade the world that it can possess nuclear technology without building a bomb. Another thinks Iran's international reputation has taken unwelcome hits from the diatribes of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. More than a few say there's no reason Washington must remain a permanent enemy. While the race to succeed Ahmadinejad still hasn't reached the official starting gate _ formal registration for candidates begins next week _ comments from presumed front-runners for the June 14 ballot offer an overview that suggests less bombast and more measured diplomacy from Iran's highest elected leader. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)

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Iran's former nuclear negotiator, Hasan Rohani, a potential front-runner in the presidential race, addresses, in a campaign rally in Tehran, Iran, Thursday, May 2, 2013. One candidate stresses Iran's need to find ways to persuade the world that it can possess nuclear technology without building a bomb. Another thinks Iran's international reputation has taken unwelcome hits from the diatribes of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. More than a few say there's no reason Washington must remain a permanent enemy. While the race to succeed Ahmadinejad still hasn't reached the official starting gate _ formal registration for candidates begins next week _ comments from presumed front-runners for the June 14 ballot offer an overview that suggests less bombast and more measured diplomacy from Iran's highest elected leader. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
Iran's former nuclear negotiator, Hasan Rohani, a potential front-runner in the presidential race, addresses, in a campaign rally in Tehran, Iran, Thursday, May 2, 2013. One candidate stresses Iran's need to find ways to persuade the world that it can possess nuclear technology without building a bomb. Another thinks Iran's international reputation has taken unwelcome hits from the diatribes of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. More than a few say there's no reason Washington must remain a permanent enemy. While the race to succeed Ahmadinejad still hasn't reached the official starting gate _ formal registration for candidates begins next week _ comments from presumed front-runners for the June 14 ballot offer an overview that suggests less bombast and more measured diplomacy from Iran's highest elected leader. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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