BAGHDAD (Reuters) – The Iraqi government on Tuesday restored full Internet access to the country, nearly nine hours after it was cut.
The RT reporter in Baghdad said that “the government lifted the ban on Internet service, but kept the ban on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Telegram and Instagram applications.”
Earlier in the day, our correspondent in Iraq reported an Internet interruption in the Iraqi capital Baghdad and a number of cities in the country. In Baghdad by Iraqi security forces.
The capital of Iraq and the southern provinces of the country, since the beginning of last October, mass protests against the deterioration of living conditions and growing unemployment and corruption.