Supporters of Iran's defeated presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi set burning barricades in the streets as they protest during a demonstration on June 20, 2009 in Tehran, Iran. Getty Images
Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
A stunning admission from Iran – now saying what critics had accused all along: Ballot boxes were stuffed with extra votes. But the powers that be are still rejecting claims that the vote was rigged.
The story and video of one woman, apparently gunned down during a rally – has deeply shocked Iran, and the world. Her name is Neda. She’s one of the reported 150 victims of the post-election crackdown, one of the few whose name we know. And Neda is quickly becoming the face of the resistance.
Neda's story is also bringing something else to light. Women are on the frontlines, and it’s about more than one election. It just underlines a real desire for equality by so many in the Islamic nation. We take a look at the struggle within the struggle.
He may have thought it was now – or never. New York Times reporter, David Rohde, is free this morning, after a desperate and daring escape from the Taliban. He'd been held for seven months in northwestern Pakistan. Nic Robertson is live with details of how he broke free, why now… and why he’s not telling his story.
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