Seven killed during Iran protest
Iranian state radio says seven people were killed during Monday's protests in Tehran over the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The reports said the deaths came after "thugs" attacked a military post.
The country's powerful Guardian Council has described the results of Friday's disputed poll as "provisional".
Opposition candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi wants them annulled, alleging widespread fraud. Rival marches are planned at the same site on Tuesday.
Thugs attack a military post?
Seven people have been killed and several seriously wounded after hundreds of thousands of Iranians defied the threat and took to the streets of Tehran to demand a new vote.
Gunmen loyal to newly-elected President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad president fired on crowds after their building was attacked by demonstrators who had ignored a ban on rallies.
A press photographer said he saw one person shot and killed and several others who appeared to be seriously wounded after gunmen mounted the roof of their compound and sprayed bullets onto protestors trying to break in.