Syrian Internet Goes Offline As Assad Delivers Rare Address

From ThinkProgress Sun Jan 6 2013, 09:29:15

Reports indicate that 78 percent of routed networks in Syria went offline this morning, effectively causing a nationwide outage, at the same time Syrian President Bashar al-Assad gave his first televised speech since June. In the speech Assad called Syrian rebels terrorists, "enemies of the people and the enemies of God" and claimed they were [...]

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