In this image issued by the government run Fars News Agency, supporters of pro-reform leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, attend a rally in Tehran, Iran, on Wednesday June, 17, 2009. Iran has accused the United States of "intolerable" meddling in its internal affairs, alleging for the first time that Washington has fueled a bitter post-election dispute. (AP Photo/Fars news agency) ** EDITORIAL USE ONLY EDITORS NOTE AS A RESULT OF AN OFFICIAL IRANIAN GOVERNMENT BAN ON FOREIGN MEDIA COVERING EVENTS IN IRAN, THE AP IS OBLIGED TO USE IMAGES FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES **
In this image issued by the government run Fars News Agency, supporters of pro-reform leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, attend a rally in Tehran, Iran, on Wednesday June, 17, 2009. Iran has accused the United States of "intolerable" meddling in its internal affairs, alleging for the first time that Washington has fueled a bitter post-election dispute. (AP Photo/Fars news agency) ** EDITORIAL USE ONLY EDITORS NOTE AS A RESULT OF AN OFFICIAL IRANIAN GOVERNMENT BAN ON FOREIGN MEDIA COVERING EVENTS IN IRAN, THE AP IS OBLIGED TO USE IMAGES FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES ** Fars News Agency via Associated Press
In this image issued by the government run Fars News Agency, supporters of pro-reform leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, attend a rally in Tehran, Iran, on Wednesday June, 17, 2009. Iran has accused the United States of "intolerable" meddling in its internal affairs, alleging for the first time that Washington has fueled a bitter post-election dispute. (AP Photo/Fars news agency) ** EDITORIAL USE ONLY EDITORS NOTE AS A RESULT OF AN OFFICIAL IRANIAN GOVERNMENT BAN ON FOREIGN MEDIA COVERING EVENTS IN IRAN, THE AP IS OBLIGED TO USE IMAGES FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES ** Fars News Agency via Associated Press

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June 17, 2009 6:57 PM

Why the official Iranian election results are suspect

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