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Facebook, YouTube, Twitter Blocked in Iraq Amid Crisis

As Iraq faces a growing insurgency in the north that is threatening to pull the country apart, the country’s Ministry of Communications has reportedly blocked access to a number of social media sites.
Some Twitter users in Iraq, who have found ways to circumvent the restrictions, are saying that Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are all inaccessible. When users attempt to visit these sites they apparently see a message from the Iraqi communications ministry.

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Facebook, YouTube, Twitter Blocked in Iraq Amid Crisis

As Iraq faces a growing insurgency in the north that is threatening to pull the country apart, the country’s Ministry of Communications has reportedly blocked access to a number of social media sites.

Some Twitter users in Iraq, who have found ways to circumvent the restrictions, are saying that Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are all inaccessible. When users attempt to visit these sites they apparently see a message from the Iraqi communications ministry.

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