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Thursday's coverage: Naming names in Iran, moon mapping, financial regs

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These are our coverage plans for today:

In world news ...

Mousavi as leader. A roundup of coverage on where Iran's opposition leader would take the country if he were president.

• Court crackdown. Robert Marquand on why the International Criminal Court is prosecuting one of its own officials.

• Last rebels. Max Delany reports on the last active rebel army in Burundi laying down arms.

Al Qaeda foothold. Laura Kasinof on the terror network's rising profile in Yemen.

Tsvangirai's world tour. Scott Baldauf assesses the current mission of Zimbabwe's other leader – not Mugabe – Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai. If it's fundraising, then it has clearly been a failure. But if it is meant to show that Zimbabwe is ready to engage with the world, then it has been a remarkable success.


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