It's one thing for CNN to explain what we're seeing in disturbing video come out of Iran. Getting firsthand accounts of what is happening on the ground, however, is incredibly dangerous. Ordinary Iranians are sending us photos, video and calling CNN at great personal risk. So we're protecting their identities as best we can. A student known to us only as "Mohammed" spoke by phone with CNN's Don Lemon about hundreds of people clashing with the feared militia known as the Basij, and why this moment in history is so important to his generation.
Tehran braces for another day of bloodshed.
Massive crowds have been protesting what they contend are fraudulent election results favoring hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The extent of deaths or injuries remains unclear.
With international journalists restricted from covering events in the capital, Iranians are using cell phones and social networking sites to get news out.