26 Kurdish protesters have so far been killed in Iran, Two Rockets hit the Green Zone of Baghdad, Stefanos Tsitsipas is ATP Final Champion
Written by Muhammad Basman on 2019-11-18
At least 26 Kurdish protesters in Iran were killed since the beginning of the massive protest in the country, Human Rights Organization reports say a total of 147 protesters were injured. Iranian Ministry of communication said that access to the internet was limited as part of the government’s policy to bring the growing protests under control. A big marketplace in the Iranian capital Tehran has gone into strike to protest against the dramatic increase of the petrol price. The demonstrations soon turned violent in several cities in Iran, while a number of public banks and gas stations have reportedly been set on fire by the protesters.
A couple of rockets targeted on Sunday night the fortified Green Zone in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, a source from the ministry of interior, pointed out that the first rocket fell on the bank of Tigris River at the edge of the green zone. The second one, however, landed inside the perimeter of the fortified zone which is home to the US embassy and governmental offices. No casualties have so far been reported.
Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Dominic Thiem to win ATP Finals title. A nerveless Stefanos Tsitsipas came from a set down to beat Dominic Thiem on a thrilling final-set tie-break and become the youngest winner of the ATP Finals in 18 years. Tsitsipas is the youngest winner of the season-ending championships since 2001 and claims prize money of just over £2m.