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The Internet of Iran has largely failed. The following makes that unusual

Experts say the shutdown is an attempt by the government to stop the flow of information and suppress the demonstrations. David Kaye, the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of expression and expression, told CNN that the blackout made it "harder for people to organize, harder for people to protest". "The impact is extraordinarily disproportionate, as …

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According to Amnesty International, at least 106 people are dying in Iranian protests against rising fuel prices

According to conservative estimates by Amnesty International, at least 106 people died on days of protests in Iran against rising fuel prices and the subsequent government crackdown. Amnesty's Tuesday report came from a US agency that previously feared that the riots had killed "a significant number of people." Amnesty also estimates that the actual death toll could be "much higher, …

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How the MOSE flood protection project in Venice became a disaster

In the meantime, Venice remains vulnerable, as the flood disaster of last week has shown. It has flooded plazas, churches and hotels and deposited layers of salt to remove marble. The city's 6 billion euro flood barrier has been under construction since 2003 and was originally intended to last for eight years. Well, the best estimate is that it will …

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What we know about the time of American Kevin King in captivity of the Taliban

In a speech announcing the deal last week, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said the state of health of American and Australian men in Taliban detention has deteriorated. King is 63 and Weeks is 50. Immediately after being abducted, the Afghan government claimed to have been abducted by a criminal gang. But next month, the Pentagon said Navy SEALs were trying …

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Nunes criticizes the media coverage of Ukraine and Russia and calls the press "puppets" for the Democratic Party

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., A senior member of the House Intelligence Committee, gave an overview of hearings on impeachment on Tuesday in an opening salvo defending President Trump. Nunes cited stories of allegations that Trump had worked with Russia for support in the 2016 elections, and recent reports of allegations that he was trying to make a deal with Ukraine …

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Free American and Australian hostages in Afghan prisoner exchange

US citizen Kevin King and Australian citizen Timothy Weeks were forcibly removed from a vehicle in Kabul in August 2016, according to the FBI. Their release was announced Tuesday by the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), where both men were teaching. In a statement on Tuesday, the Taliban said that Anas Haqqani – the brother of Sirajuddin Haqqani, the group's …

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Water cannons scattered peaceful rally in Georgia News

The riot police fired water cannons to remove thousands of anti-government demonstrators from the barricaded parliament building in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, opening the city's main street. Local media reported several arrests and injuries following the suppression of demonstrators on Monday An early parliamentary election after the ruling party reversed its pledge to reform the electoral system. More: The …

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Zelensky: "Everyone in Ukraine is so tired about Burisma"

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Tuesday that the Ukrainians of energy company Burisma Holdings were "tired" on a question from a CNN reporter. "You were ready to publicly announce an investigation after your phone call with Burisma President Trump? "Asked a CNN reporter Zelensky on Tuesday morning, referring to the company that included Hunter Biden, former vice president. Joe …

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Hearings Hearings: Live updates while Vindman and Williams testify

MP Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California and chair of the House Intelligence Committee, told the witness of the impeachment on Tuesday that Americans are grateful that they were prepared to endure personal attacks by President Trump and others, such as they testified in the investigation. [19659002] Mr. Schiff's remarks came about because some Republicans tackled the motives of Lieutenant-Colonel …

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