Riot Police Stand Guard in Tehran
Iranian security forces reportedly used tear gas and water cannons to disperse as many as 3,000 people who attempted to gather in central Tehran today, defying warnings from the country’s Supreme Leader against further protests over disputed elections.
Witnesses described fierce clashes between protesters and police, as cordons of police attempted to block the rally from forming.
The Iranian Fars News Agency and other media outlets are also reporting that one person was killed and two were injured when a bomb exploded near a shrine to Ayatollah Khomeini, the leader of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Tehran Bureau: Some forces are refusing to attack the people, but basij and special forces are attacking people
OxfordGirl: Protesters coming in waves, will go on till dark and beyond. This no longer rally but street fighting
Basji open fire on protestors: Persian BBC 5:52 video
Reuters: Mousavi supports set fire to Ahmajinedad supporter headquarters.
TehranBureau (7 minutes ago): reports from Azadi square and that whole area say very brutal clashes taking place
TehranBureau (6 minutes ago): Gunshots continuously heard from Ghasr-ol-dasht street