Witnesses describe the unauthorized rally in Tehran Sunday that was ultimately broken up by police and militia.
The tally so far in one district gave President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad even more votes than he had on June 12, according to Iran's state news agency.
Eight Iranian employees of the British embassy in Tehran were arrested Sunday and stood accused of inciting unrest over the June 12 presidential election, reports the government-linked Fars news agency.
He dismisses Ahmadinejad's accusation that US meddled in Iranian politics and must apologize.
Hopes dimmed for a thaw in US-Iran relations as the Iranian president criticized his American counterpart Barack Obama for echoing Bush rhetoric.
Protesters reported beatings and shootings near the parliament Wednesday. Regime opponents vowed to persist with protests that have deepened a cultural divide between hard-liners and more moderate reformers.
The president's ties to military and security forces, as well as his hardline foreign policy, are among the factors cited for his support from the country's supreme leader.
They want the story of their homeland told, but they worry about reprisals against relatives in Iran, as well as from pro-regime groups here in the US.