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Editorial date: 2019/7/17 15:35 • 87 times read
Facebook, Watsab and Instagram stopped working
{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} got a sudden stop, Wednesday, on the site of Facebook and Watsab and Entagram.
The sudden stop of social networking sites Facebook and Watsab and Entgram and represent the inability to download any page on this site, which only show a blank page for all users. "
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It must be happing ! 😄 ( Had to get it out there )  probably Iran media shut down

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1 hour ago, jeepguy said:

probably Iran media shut down

 

                                Nope. The culprit. LOL. :lol:

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17 minutes ago, Spider said:

Perhaps they want to block communication due to this Friday demonstration.... Just maybe.... 

What Friday demo? What is going on, did not hear about it! 

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16 minutes ago, Artitech said:

What Friday demo? What is going on, did not hear about it! 

 

 

This one... 

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We were schooled to believe that there would be a media blackout prior to the rv

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not sure on the blackout during currency change but one would think there will need to be some type of stoppage for electronic changes to take place not sure how it will all go down and it will probably not be silky smooth changing prices and all , hurts my head to think on what all will need to change maybe baghdad is just giving the internet a shutdown test run lol..............

but i do know hopefully not long after a iqd change ill be long gone ..... :cigar:

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4 hours ago, dinarham said:

We were schooled to believe that there would be a media blackout prior to the rv

Hopefully you are right.

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Disable Facebook in Kurdistan for security reasons after the Turkish consulate incident

Political | 04:28 - 17/07/2019

 
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Private - Mawazin News 
An official source in the Kurdistan government, Wednesday, the disruption of Facebook in the provinces of the region, for security reasons against the background of the incident of the Turkish Consulate. 
The source said, for / Mawazin News /, "The Ministry of the Interior in Kurdistan, directed to disable Facebook for a period of time for security reasons." 
A security source earlier reported the killing of the deputy consul of Turkey and two of his companions with an armed attack inside a restaurant near the Turkish consulate in Erbil. 
The security forces closed in Erbil, the road between Erbil and Makhmour district

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57 minutes ago, vato96 said:

I am not in those areas I am in erbil

 

ive always been curious vato , how is exact change made in iqd im guessing nothing smaller than the 250 iqd note is used no coins .. right 

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