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WhatsApp says it is working to connect IraniansATN News

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WhatsApp, a service provided by Meta Platforms Inc, said on Thursday it was trying to maintain connectivity for Iranian users after the country imposed restrictions on both the app and Instagram.

According to a tweet by the messaging app, WhatsApp, Iranian phone numbers are not blocked and the company will “do everything” within its technical means to maintain service access.

Iran on Wednesday blocked access to two of the country’s last remaining social networks, Instagram and WhatsApp, as a result of protests over the killing of a woman in police custody.

The death last week of 22-year-old Mahza Amini, who was arrested by Tehran’s morality police for wearing “inappropriate clothing,” has sparked outrage on a range of topics, including freedom in the Islamic republic and the resulting economy. Obstacles.

Protesters set fire to police stations and vehicles in Tehran and other Iranian cities as public anger over the killing showed no signs of abating and reports of attacks on security forces emerged early Thursday.

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