Iranian supporters of defeated reformist presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi demonstrate on June 18, 2009 in Tehran, Iran. Getty Images
Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
First the story we’re not even allowed to be telling: the unrest inside Iran. The crackdown on communication continues, as Iran’s Supreme Leader denies rigging his country's disputed election… saying the people decided. We’re monitoring social networking sites for stories the Iranian government doesn’t want you see, and have expert analysis from our Christiane Amanpour
Hawaii on alert. A North Korean ship no the move. Tensions high. The U.S. is boosting anti-missile defenses around Hawaii this morning, after reports North Korea could launch its most powerful missile at the state. The Pentagon says it's also watching a North Korean ship sailing through the pacific, saying it's probably carrying illegal weapons or technology.
247 passengers flying from Brussels to Newark say they had no idea their pilot died – half way through the flight. A doctor on-board says the 60-year-old pilot couldn't be revived and died of natural causes. This morning we’re asking: would you wanna know? Let us know at 1-877-MYAMFIX
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