Thanks to all readers for your patience today.
1415 GMT: Claimed video of today's meeting between Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi:
NEW Iran Document: Rahnavard “Honour Women, Release Political Prisoners”
Iran Report: The Fight on the Cultural Front (Erdbrink)
The Latest from Iran (30 May): Pressure, Counter-Pressure, & a Letter from Majid Tavakoli
1300 GMT: Preparing for 12 June. Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, after a meeting, have jointly signed a request for a permit for a march on 22 Khordad.
1025 GMT: Political Prisoner Watch. Journalist Bahman Ahmadi Amoui has gone back to prison after 72 days on temporary release.
Amoui and his wife Jila Bani Yaghoub were arrested on the night of 20 June and were immediately sent to Evin Prison. Amoui was initially sentenced to 7 years and 4 months in prison; the term was reduced to 5 years after appeal.
Before going back to Evin, Amoui and his family took this picture:
0720 GMT: We open this morning with apologies for a limited service, as we are also LiveBlogging the stunning development of the Israeli attack on ships carrying aid to Gaza.
This morning opens with the English translation of yet another statement from opposition figures in the run-up to the 12 June anniversary of the election. Zahra Rahnavard, on the eve of the birthday of Fatemeh, the daughter of the Prophet Mohammad, and Women's Week, has issued a statement calling on all to honour the rights of women and the Iranian authorities to release political prisoners. We've posted the text in a separate entry.