As tens of thousands marched in Tehran Wednesday, the government moved to recount ballots and crack down on bloggers and news websites.
The oil-rich nation believes a half-mile thick rock formation could store the next 600 years, or so, of CO2 emissions from Europe. Some say the science is not so clear.
In a country hit hard by economic downturn, the industry is expected to double to $1.5 billion this year.
Even if China doesn't follow through on its vote for economic sanctions, the UN resolution approved Friday may let other countries tighten the screws.
Although Beijing ignores his appeals, some Chinese are listening.
On his first trip to the country, the Libyan leader met with 700 women to discuss women's issues. Critics say it's thinly veiled machismo.