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(AP Photo/Ben Curtis) #A supporter of Iranian Presidential candidate Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shows a campaign sign to supporters of Ahmadinejad's rival, Mirhossein Mousavi, during the final night of campaigning on the streets of north Tehran June 10, 2009 before elections on Friday.
Hardline incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared winner by a landslide in Iran's hotly-disputed presidential vote, triggering riots by opposition supporters and furious complaints of cheating from his defeated rivals.
Ahmadinejad's leading opponent is Mir Hossein Mousavi, a former Prime Minister of Iran.
Mousavi's campaign was propelled in recent weeks by young voters using high-tech campaign tactics (over 66% of Iranians are under the age of 30).
He demanded trillions of dollars from the federal government in exchange for telepathy services he said he had provided.
He told them he would accept three states in lieu of the cash.
(OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI/AFP/Getty Images) Protestors set fires in a main street in Tehran, Iran in the early hours of Monday, June 15, 2009.
Iran's supreme leader ordered Monday an investigation into allegations of election fraud, marking a stunning turnaround by the country's most powerful figure and offering hope to opposition forces who have waged street clashes to protest the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.She had been sharing a little cage with several other dogs whose only source of food was a tin container filled with throw-away vegetables soaked in water.In the beginning, she hated me because she felt insecure around anyone but my dad and I hated her because she had replaced my other dog.You knew that it wasn’t going to end well.” The incident is widely considered among the most significant cases ever handled by BPD, which describes it as one of the nation’s most successful hostage rescue operations.The 25-year anniversary of the incident passed quietly on Sunday. One of the eight people shot by Dashti ultimately succumbed to his wounds: 22-year-old UC Berkeley student John Sheehy, who was known to friends as “Nick.” Though decades have passed, the incident still has resonance for community members.The shots rang out just after midnight, leaving seven people injured and dozens held hostage in Henry’s Publick House at the Hotel Durant in Berkeley’s Southside neighborhood. For the survivors, it was just the beginning of a more than seven-hour standoff between a schizophrenic man who heard voices and would order bizarre sexual assaults of his female hostages before being shot by police 24 times as he lunged, armed with a gun, toward a group of hostages when police moved in to detain him.