From the AP:

The wife of Iran's opposition leader is comparing a government crackdown on protests to martial law. Zahra Rahnavard campaigned beside her husband, Mir Hossein Mousavi. She says on one of his Web sites that his followers have the constitutional right to protest and the government should not deal with them "as if martial law has been imposed in the streets." She is calling for the release of all activists and others arrested at protests.

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