Ahmadinejad has apparently won the Iranian presidential election:
Iran’s electoral commission says votes counted so far in the presidential poll show that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been re-elected. With 80% of the vote counted, Mr Ahmadinejad has 65% support and has claimed victory in an election that drew a large turnout.
His leading rival, reformist candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi has complained of a number of voting irregularities.
And there are reports coming in that the Iranian government is blocking the BBC, blocking foreign websites and blocking mobile phone text messages, which all suggests the the poll has been rigged and the authorities want to prevent unrest due to it being fixed.