The news from Iran today, the Associated Press writes, is that:
Tens of thousands of hard-line government supporters turned out for state-sponsored rallies Wednesday, some of them calling for the execution of opposition leaders as Iran's police chief threatened to show "no mercy" in crushing any new protests by the pro-reform movement.
The Los Angeles Times reports that "thousands of Iranian government supporters at a central Tehran rally today called for the death of opposition leader Mir-Hossein Mousavi and the hanging of anti-government protesters, state television reported."
Here's a video report as well, from the AP:
Earlier this week, some of the largest anti-government protests in months left at least eight people dead.