Iran unblocks Telegram messaging app as protests wane

As protests in Iran die down, the government has unblocked a popular app activists were using to share information.


    Iran’s government has unblocked the popular social media app, Telegram.

    Activists had used it to share videos of anti-government protests not shown on state media.

    The government criticised the company for not filtering content that it said promoted violence.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran.


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