The Lede continues to be stellar. A few highlights:

Reuters reports that an official in Iran’s Culture Ministry told the news agency: “No journalist has permission to report or film or take pictures in the city.”

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Iran’s Press TV reports that the authorities are arresting some opposition leaders, accusing them of “orchestrating the post-election violence.” 

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[Tehran Bureau reports that] "Ahmadinejad’s supporters announced that they will march from Vali-Asr to Vanak, at the same time as Mousavi’s supporters. A violent clash is expected and because of it Mousavi’s campaign is trying to reach to as many people as possible to cancel their event."

Michael Totten is also doing a fine job keeping abreast the latest developments. Check out his most recent posts here. Money quote:

I will never forget the similar line peddled about Lebanese in March and April of 2005. I was there when the “March 14” revolution was in full swing, and I heard from even some Western expats who lived in Beirut that the demonstrators were mostly liberal and “bourgeois” Christians from the “Gucci” class.

It was wrong, and it was contemptible.

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