WASHINGTON (AP) " President Donald Trump says Iran is so 'unstable' that the Iranian government has shut down the internet so Iranians cannot disclose what he says is the 'tremendous violence' occurring in the country.Trump tweeted Thursday that the Iranian government wants 'ZERO transparency' and believes that by shutting down the internet the rest of the world will not find out about the 'death and tragedy that the Iranian Regime is causing!'Recent violence was triggered by [
A government-imposed internet blackout started Saturday, with no end in sight.
As Iran turns the internet back on, video is trickling out showing the regime's brutal response to peaceful protests.
The government of Iran shut off the internet for virtually everyone in the country on Saturday as protests over fuel prices turned violent. The internet in Iran has now been inaccessible to the general population of 81 million for almost four days, and it’s not clear when the government will turn it back on.
What caused the internet shutdown in Iran?
Iran on Thursday began restoring internet access in the capital Tehran and a number of provinces, news agencies and residents said, after a five-day-long nationwide shutdown meant to help stifle protests against fuel price hikes.
Citizens fear Iran will soon limit access to a so-called "white list" of approved foreign services.