Iran begins reconnecting internet after shutdown over protests

Iran begins reconnecting internet after shutdown over protests
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  • calendar-gray 21 November 2019

Iran on Thursday began restoring internet access in the capital Tehran and a number of provinces, after a days-long nationwide shutdown meant to help stifle unrest over fuel price hikes, APA‘s Tehran bureau reports.

The report says that the fixed line internet has been restored in parts of Tehran, in Bender-Abbas, Kermanshah and a few other cities.
Note that the National Security Council had ordered the shutdown of internet after the unrest over fuel price hikes.

The Secretary of Iran's Supreme Council of Cyberspace  stated that the problems experienced in the internet will be completely eliminated by decision of the country’s security officials.

Suleyman Farzaliyev

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