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Iranian policemen beating a crowd of protesters. November 2019

Iran is continuing its policy of blocking the internet from its citizens in order to stop them from organizing protests against the Islamic regime and to prevent news of the protests from reaching the outside world.

The latest location to be blocked is Sharif University in Tehran, where students are protesting for colleagues and alumni killed on flight PS752, which was shot down by the Iranian army.

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