Iran Feature: The Week in Civil Society --- Threatened Journalists, Tehran Claims the South Pole, and the End of Olympic Wrestling (Arseh Sevom)
An embrace between US and Iranian wrestlers in the 2012 Olympics --- but it may not happen again
The Ministry of Intelligence, not letting up on the "enemy" BBC Persian, continues to arrest, hold, and harass journalists and filmmakers.
Meanwhile, Jafar Panahi receives international acclaim despite being under house arrest and banned from filmmaking.
The South Pole could become a vacation spot for New Year revelers if Iran’s claim to some of its vast territory holds up.
The Supreme Leader chastises President Ahmadinejad and the Larijani brothers for their very public dispute.
And Iran and the US finally agree on one thing: removing wrestling from the Olympic games is just tragic.