With Ahmadinejad now selecting his cabinet, some fear this summer's protests in Iran were a failure. But according to an anonymous Iranian journalist writing in The New Yorker, they've had a big effect on the country's women.
• In an attempt to make the odious tradition of throwing the bouquet a little different, an Italian bride had her flowers flung from a plane. Unfortunately, they got sucked into the plane's engines, causing it to crash. •
On Saturday, "Neda", a young Iranian woman watching the protests in Tehran, was allegedly shot by a Basij, dying in her father's arms. It was captured on video. Some say she may be the new face of the opposition movement.