Voter apathy and public anger against the government kept Iranian voters away from the polls in an election experts described as a 'farce'.
The US 'will not tolerate the manipulation of elections' to favour the Iranian regime's malign agenda, the Treasury said.
Paula Yacoubian, who ran on a civil society electoral list, is one of six women who gained a seat in parliament in the May 6th elections.
Less than half of the 3.7 million Lebanese registered to vote turned out to cast their ballot in the first parliamentary election in nine years.
The country will enter a period of electoral silence at midnight Friday, which will remain in force until all ballots have been cast.
Female Shia candidates in Lebanon's parliamentary elections tell Al-Mashareq they plan to go ahead with their campaigns despite Nasrallah's statements that women are not welcome in politics.
Suspected Hizbullah supporters attacked moderate Shia candidate Ali al-Amin as he and his supporters hung election campaign posters near his home.
International observers have been arriving in Lebanon in stages to monitor the country's entire parliamentary electoral process.
In a victory speech, the president promised to work for 'all Egyptians, without discrimination of any type'.
As the rival lists prepare to face off in Baalbek-Hermel, candidates from the Shia opposition say voters will not be bullied by Hizbullah.