June 25, 2009
Posted: 1818 GMT
Iran continues to dominate the headlines today, as we sift through videos, interviews and reports from our sources on the ground to bring you the latest on the election fallout.
Our Iran desk is monitoring messages posted on opposition presidential candidate Mir Hossein Moussavi, who is continuing to call on his supporters to protest. We are hearing that the streets of Tehran are much calmer today, and that it seems the fear of reprisals and the lack of a clear organized opposition campaign may be discouraging rallies.
We'll talk with Reza Sayah, just back from Tehran and we will connect with our Iran desk crew here at the CNN Center.
Also on the show, we'll talk live to Michael Ware in Baghdad on the latest string of deadly bombings there, designed to create as much chaos as possible leading up to the June 30th deadline for US troops to pull out of Iraqi cities.
Plus, we have a live report from Argentina on the story of an American governor forced to admit he cheated on his wife with a woman who lives in Buenos Aires. Mark Sanford of South Carolina was a rising star in the Republican party and this is precisely the kind of scandal the party doesn't need as it tries to regroup after its 2008 election defeat.
And after yesterday's shock US win against Spain at the Confed Cup, we'll monitor the Brazil-South Africa match and bring you all the results live.
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