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Bulgaria: MPs passed a law on Thursday night that lets police seize suspected illegal assets of people charged with serious crimes in a bid to fight graft, organised crime.
It's hoped it will boost the European Union's confidence in Bulgaria's legal system.
Assets can only be seized if a suspect is charged with serious crimes such as terrorism, organised crime, pimping or tax evasion.
Iran: Voters headed to the polls today for a second round of parliamentary elections.
The 65 remaining seats in the 290-member Majlis were contested by 130 candidates.
Two-thirds of Iran's 48 million eligible voters took part in the first round on March 2.
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