2145 GMT: This Morning's Bombing. Iranian officials have released the names of 32 of the 39 people killed in the suicide bombing in Chabahar in southeastern Iran.
2140 GMT: CyberWars. The hard-line Mashregh News is still down (see 1210 GMT).
2130 GMT: Political Prisoner Watch. Hashem Sabaghian, senior member of the Freedom Movement of Iran, has been released after he was detained this morning at a mourning ceremony at his house (see 0950 and 1749 GMT).
1749 GMT: Political Prisoner Watch. Activist Ahmad Ghabel has been given a 20-month prison sentence for working against the ruling system and insulting the Supreme Leader.
Ghabel was also given three years in exile, with a ban on interviews and lectures during that time.
More also on the raid on a mourning ceremony in which Hashem Sabaghian, former Minister of Interior Minister and leading member of Freedom Movement of Iran, was detained. Reformist cleric Hojatoleslam Soleimani, who was speaking at the ceremony at Sabbaghian's house in Tehran, was also seized.
1745 GMT: This Morning's Bombing. President Obama has issued a statement:
I strongly condemn the outrageous terrorist attack on a mosque in Chabahar, Iran.
The murder of innocent civilians in their place of worship during Ashura is a despicable offense, and those who carried it out must be held accountable. This is a disgraceful and cowardly act.
This and other similar acts of terrorism recognize no religious, political, or national boundaries. The United States condemns all acts of terrorism wherever they occur.
The United States stands with the families and loved ones of those killed and injured, and with the Iranian people, in the face of this injustice.
Together, the people of the world must condemn and oppose all forms of terrorism and support the universal right of human beings to live free from fear and senseless violence.
1700 GMT: CyberWars. Mehdi Karroubi's Saham News is back on-line but Tagheer is still hacked.
1515 GMT: A Diplomatic Message? Khabar Online has an intriguing approach, in a headline feature, to coverage of the new Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi.
The website cites WikiLeaks documents in The Guardian of London to summarise the view of Salehi by US diplomats in Vienna: "shrewd and skilled but lacking in authority".
Surely the media outlet of Speaker of Parliament Ali Larijani has not printed this to say this is the correct percpetion of Salehi?
1420 GMT: Political Prisoner Watch. Journalist Amir Hadi Anvari has been freed from detention.
Anvari is one of six staffers of the reformist newspaper Shargh who were arrested last week.
1410 GMT: This Morning's Bombing. Iranian state media are claiming four attackers: two killed by their explosives, one shot dead by police, and a fourth was arrested after his explosive belt failed to detonate in an attempt outside the office of the provincial governor.
Deputy Minister of Interior Ali Abdollahi claimed that there were two explosions. One killed 39 people; in the other, "One of the terrorists was identified and shot before he could do anything, but he detonated the bomb, which did not cause any casualties."
1400 GMT: This Morning's Bombing. The Baluch insurgent group Jundullah has issued a statement with pictures of the two men it claims carried out today's attack in the southeastern Iran city of Chabahar.
Mardomak has posted video from the site of the bombing.
1240 GMT: Diplomacy Watch. Press TV reports that new Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi will accompany President Ahmadinejad to the 11th Heads of State and Government Summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization, scheduled for 23 December in Istanbul.
The ECO is an intergovernmental regional organization established in 1985 by Iran, Pakistan, and Turkey.
1238 GMT: This Morning's Bombing. IRNA reports that one of those wounded in the bombing in southeastern Iran this morning has died, bringing the number of killed to 39.
1229 GMT: The Foreign Minister's Firing. Hossein Sobhaninia, a member of Parliament's National Security Commission, has said that the committee will consider President Ahmadinejad's dismissal of Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki.
A number of MPs, including two leading members of the Commission, have criticised the timing and manner of the firing, which occurred as Mottaki was on a state visit to Senegal.
1224 GMT: This Morning's Bombing. Al Arabiya television has reported that the Baluch insurgent group Jundullah has claimed responsibility for the attack outside a mosque in the southeastern city of Chabahar.
Chabahar is in Sistan and Baluchestan, the centre of Jundullah's operations in Iran. In June, Jundullah claimed responsibility for two blasts that killed 27 people, and it also carried out an attack in October 2009 that killed senior members of the Revolutionary Guards.
1220 GMT: Un-Free Press. Rooz Online offers an overview of the recent crackdown on the press, "Seven Journalists Arrested Within a Week".
1210 GMT: CyberWatch. A report has come in that the "hard-line" site Mashregh News has been blocked in Iran, allegedly after attacks on the judiciary.
We are unable to get access to the site at this time.
1012 GMT: Political Prisoner Watch. Rah-e-Sabz reports that detained journalist/filmmaker Mohammad Nourizad is suffering from stomach bleeding on the fifth day of his hunger strike.
1007 GMT: Ahmadinejad Diplomatic Power Play. Another sign this morning of the continuing attempt by the President's office to take control of diplomacy, sidelining Iran's Foreign Ministry.
A day after he led an Iranian delegation to Amman and met King Abdullah II, Ahmadinejad Chief of Staff Esfandiar Rahim-Mashai has intervened on relations with Europe, calling on European countries to adopt an independent position and modify previous approaches: "The ongoing conditions in the world provide an appropriate opportunity for Europe to open a new era in its international existence,"
The remarks came as Rahim-Mashai met the Swiss Ambassador, who also represents US interests in Iran.
1002 GMT: The Chabahar Bombing. Medics say at least 38 people died in this morning's bombing in the southeastern city of Chabahar.
The Governor of Chabahar, Ali Bateni, claimed "the main perpetrator of the terrorist attack", who exploded his vest, had been detained. He also said a second attacker was spotted and arrested before detonating his explosives.
Officials said they have recevied bomb threats over the past three days.
0959 GMT: The Foreign Minister's Firing. Writing for Tehran Bureau, Muhammad Sahimi offers a lengthy consideration, "Abrupt Mottaki Dismissal Sign of Mounting Discord in Leadership".
0950 GMT: Political Prisoner Watch. Tagheer reports that security forces raided a mourning ceremony and arrested Hashem Sabaghian, Minister of Internal Affairs in the early 1980s and a leading member of the Freedom Movement of Iran.
The head of the Freedom Movement, Ebrahim Yazdi, has been detained since 1 October.
0915 GMT: Diplomatic Fallout. A day after a state visit from now-fired Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, Senegal has recalled its ambassador to Iran. Dakar said it was unhappy with Tehran's explanations about an arms seizure in Nigeria that may have been destined for another African country.
Senegal's neighbour Gambia has already cut links with Iran after the October seizure of 13 containers of weapons.
The Senegalese Foreign Ministry said, "True to the need for peace and security which should guide ties between states, and deeming unsatisfactory the explanations provided by the Iranian side in this affair, Senegal has decided to recall its ambassador to Iran for consultations as of today."
Iran's Mottaki was dismissed by President Ahmadinejad on Tuesday as he was meeting with Senegal's officials, including the President.
0900 GMT: The morning starts with news of an attack outside a mosque in Chabahar on the southeastern coast of Iran.
Mohammad Yaghoub Jedgal, a member of Parliament for Chabahar, says the explosion outside Imam Hossein Mosque has killed dozens of people mourning on Tasua, the day eve of the important religious ceremony of Ashura.
Jedgal told the Islamic Republic News Agency that he had no exact figure on casualties, but "about 50 to 60" have been rushed to hospitals.
So far officials in Tehran have merely said the attacks are "under investigation".