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Iran Election Dispute Plays Out Online -- A Guide to Web Coverage

The group "Where is My Vote" connects Iranians living outside of the country who voted in the presidential election.

"I | Iran" is collecting a mixture of news reports and photos and video from the ground.

News Web Sites and Blogs

The National Iranian American Council is live blogging events in Iran and translating Twitter and Facebook posts from Farsi into English.

Blog aggregation site Global Voices is devoting a special section to the election, translating and collecting reports in the Iranian blogosphere.

In the U.S., The Atlantic's Andrew Sullivan is devoting his blog to covering the Iranian election aftermath, as is the New York Times' The Lede blog and the Huffington Post. The BBC is also tracking the latest news, along with background information and comments from readers.

Finally, the independent Tehran Bureau, founded by Iranian-born journalist Kelly Golnoush Niknejad, is mixing on-the-ground reports with analysis written by academics and journalists.

Have you been following the events in Iran online? Let us know which web sites we missed in the comments section.

Heather Farrell and Terissa Schor contributed to this report.

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