106 believed dead, internet cut off as Iran protests become increasingly violent

106 believed dead, internet cut off as Iran protests become increasingly violent

Published by on November 21, 2019

International Liberty Association: the “ABC News” has reported about the recent uprising and protest by the Iranian inside the country, and says it is believed that 106 people have been killed so far, 20 November.
The ILA, suggest you read the full report on the link below:

However, you can read an excerpt of the “ABC News” chosen report by International Liberty Association, here:

With internet connections cut off across the country by authorities in Iran after days of bloody protests, Iranians are scrambling to understand what is happening beyond what little has come out in official channels.

“I feel like I am stranded on an island. I have no idea what is happening to other people and to my friends in other cities,” a Tehran-based university student, who asked not to be named for security reasons, told ABC News. “In this very sensitive time, my news source is now limited to the state TV and state news website. I am not sure how much is left out.”

Thousands of people took over the streets in different cities in Iran, objecting to the dramatic rise in gasoline prices, a decision made by the heads of the three powers of the Islamic Republic in the Supreme Council of Economic Coordination. The council was established in the spring of 2019 by the order of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei to counter the severe U.S. sanctions on the country.

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