Despite warnings from Iran's Revolutionary Guard, as well as violence that left at least 10 people dead over the weekend, demonstrators in Tehran continued to rally against the results of this month's disputed presidential election. ITN correspondent Lindsey Hilsum reports.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the Obama administration's response to political turmoil in Iran and new plans to overhaul the financial regulation system.
Iran's supreme leader defended the results of last week's disputed election Friday, and warned opposition supporters against further rallies. Analysts offer insight on the role of Iran's clerics in the dispute.
Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on Friday defended the "absolute victory" of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in last week's disputed presidential election, and warned opposition supporters against further rallies. ITN's Channel 4 news correspondent Lindsey Hilsum reports.
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Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Friday defended President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the rightful winner in the country's June 12 elections and disputed any possibility that the vote was rigged, as other candidates have contended.
With election protests continuing in Iran, the nation's 12-member Guardian Council has agreed to hear the grievances of Mir Hussein Mousavi and other candidates. Analysts discuss the unfolding developments.
Thousands of opposition supporters gathered in the Iranian capital of Tehran to mourn the deaths of demonstrators killed after last week's disputed presidential election. ITN's Channel 4 news correspondent Lindsey Hilsum reports.
Supporters of Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi rallied in Tehran again Thursday, many dressed in black and carrying candles to mourn demonstrators killed in post-election clashes, according to witnesses.
Social media Web sites like Twitter and Facebook are playing an important role in political protests rippling through Iran. Margaret Warner speaks with experts about how such social networking sites are affecting Tehran's political scene.
As pro-government forces in Iran try to quell protests over last week's disputed presidential election, supporters of reform candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi are taking their fight to social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, reports Lindsey Hilsum of ITN…
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