The New York Times is reporting that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has been re-elected by the Iranian people, what Iran's government is calling "a landslide." Ahmadinejad's opponent, Mir Hussein Moussavi, claims the results are false.
"I am the absolute winner of the election by a very large margin," Moussavi says, "It is our duty to defend people's votes. There is no turning back." 46 million people turned out to vote, with 62.6% of those votes going to Ahmadinejad and 33.7 going to Moussavi, who believes the results are a fraud and says that he "won't surrender to this manipulation." [NYTimes]