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Over 40 aftershocks rattled the rural region nestled in the Alborz Mountains, and residents rushed out of their homes in fear.
Netflix removed an episode from its Saudi platform that featured Hasan Minhaj criticizing Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman over Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
The charges against the two men raise concerns about tech companies' ability to shield critics' identities from oppressive regimes.

A new campaign email from the Hawaii representative dovetails with her past conspiracy theories and fear-mongering.
Foreign adversaries may use social media campaigns, disinformation operations and cyberattacks to impact 2020 elections, federal officials warned.
The move is Iran's latest step away from its nuclear deal with world powers since Trump withdrew from the accord over a year ago.
Melpomeni Dina was a teenager and an orphan when she risked her life to hide and protect the Mordechai family.
Demonstrators continued to demand government reform nearly a week after Saad al-Hariri resigned as prime minister.
The company's shares will be traded on Riyadh’s Tadawul stock exchange.
The military operation wasn't so very scary because there were no vacuum cleaners, Conan the K-9 commando explained in a translation from Cecily Strong.
Sanders' idea linking U.S. aid to Israel's conduct “has no support here on Capitol Hill,” said a Democratic member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Saad al-Hariri stepped down after a Hezbollah-aligned group attacked protesters in Beirut.
More than 800 demonstrators were also wounded during the attack, medical and security sources say.
Trump's rivals are eager to criticize his cozy relationship with hard-line politicians in Israel -- and push for new negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.
One of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's closest confidants gave Iraqi intelligence teams information on how the Islamic State leader evaded capture for so many years.
Abu Hassan al-Muhajir was killed hours after his boss, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, died during a U.S. raid in northern Syria.
His death is a major blow, but the extremist group has survived the loss of previous leaders and military setbacks.
Demonstrators are furious at a sectarian ruling elite they accuse of plundering state resources for personal gain.
"He died like a dog," President Trump said during a news conference announcing the extremist leader's death.