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Iran Restricts Internet Access as Women’s Rights Protests Spread

Iran on Thursday restricted internet access across much of the country as authorities try to contain a pro-women’s rights protest movement that is relying on social media to express dissent and rally support while the US imposes sanctions imposed on the Iranian Morality Police.

The 22-year-old’s death Mahsa Amini In police custody late last week for allegedly violating Iran’s strict Islamic dress code, sparked demonstrations across the country. Demonstrators have violently clashed with security forces, who used tear gas and fired live ammunition.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/iran-restricts-internet-access-as-womens-rights-protests-spread-11663874073 Iran Restricts Internet Access as Women’s Rights Protests Spread

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