Opposition presidential candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, a longtime but little-known lawmaker in the Maldives, declared victory early Monday in a contentious election widely seen as a referendum on the island nation's young democracy. (Date:09/23/2018 23:40) Read full article >>

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Ibrahim: According to the Book of Genesis Abram who was renamed Abraham ) was the founding father of the Israelites, with a prominent role in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.