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10 minutes ago EDITOR'S NOTE: Iranian authorities have barred journalists for international news organizations from reporting on the streets and ordered them to stay in their offices. This report is based on the accounts of witnesses reached in Iran and official statements carried on Iranian media. ___
EDITOR'S NOTE: Iranian authorities have barred journalists for international news organizations from reporting on the streets and ordered them to stay in their offices. This report is based on the accounts of witnesses reached in Iran and official statements carried on Iranian media.
Originally posted by Kaytagg
Ok, what the snip is wrong with CNN.
There better be a coup going on, otherwise I think i'm going to have to not watch them during prime time again.
Still nothing on their web page, but they have updated their breaking news section to reflect that Michael Jackson had a heart attack.
“It is difficult to say which revolution is greatest in Iran at the moment. Senior Iranian commentators are saying this morning that a military coup is under way,” says Sperling, Politiken’s Reporter and Commentator on International Affairs, who covered the Iranian presidential elections for Politiken and who returned to Denmark from Teheran Monday.
WASHINGTON, June 24 (UPI) -- U.S. travelers now more than ever should avoid Iran in the wake of violent election protests that have gripped the country, the U.S. State Department says.
U.S. officials warn American travelers that both international and internal communications have been interfered with by the Iranian government, including text messaging, cell phones and the Internet, ABC News reported Wednesday.
The State Department also says that Westerners in Iran have at times become kidnapping targets in southeast Iran. It warns that even those with dual U.S.-Iranian citizenship are not immune to detentions and harassment, saying that Muslims who have converted to other religions are subject to arrest, the broadcaster reported.
ABC said 10 other countries that have recently come under State Department travel warnings include Uzbekistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Mali, Chad, Nepal, Lebanon, Yemen, Georgia and Sudan.