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Thousands of Iranians rallied outside the former U.S. Embassy in Tehran Wednesday to mark 30 years since Iranian students took over the compound and held dozens of Americans hostage. Opposition supporters also briefly staged their own protests.
By Larisa Epatko
Supporters of Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi clashed with security forces and government supporters Friday during annual pro-Palestinian rallies in Tehran, renewing tensions around the results of June's presidential election.
By Talea Miller
Major new protests erupted in Iran Friday in the wake of last month's disputed presidential election. Experts join Judy Woodruff to assess the ongoing tensions in Tehran.
More than month after its election, anti-government protestors continue to show their defiance for the sitting government. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports.
In other news, markets rose on positive reports from the manufacturing and housing sectors. Also, in auto news Ford reported its best showing in months but Chrysler and GM each posted a greater than 30 percent loss.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Iran's top electoral body on Friday reasserted its evaluation of the disputed presidential election, calling the contest the "healthiest" since the country's Islamic Revolution in 1979.
In other news, markets rose on Wall Street after positive news from the homebuilding and retail sectors, and billionaire banker Allen Stanford pleaded not guilty to to bilking investors out of their investments.
Iran reform candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi and his wife, Zahra Rahnavard, have emerged as the face of the country's political opposition. But who are they? Analysts offer insight.
New York Times reporter Nazila Fathi speaks with Gwen Ifill about the latest developments on the political unrest in Iran.
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