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Internet connectivity restored after fix work complete

Internet connectivity restored after fix work complete

The fix work on the IMEWE cable has been completed and the internet connectivity has been restored.' The fault in the IMEWE cable was identified near Saudi Arabia. He also mentioned that PTCL has already invested in four global cable systems (SMW-3, SMW-4, IMEWE and AAE-1). PTCL has undertaken measures to arrange additional/alternate bandwidth through other cable systems & global cable business partners.


Suspected tornado blasts through Tulsa early Sunday morning

Suspected tornado blasts through Tulsa early Sunday morning

EMSA says they transported an additional 13 people to the hospital after they were injured in area restaurants when the storm hit. The storm rolled through at about 1:30 a.m. The city is working with affected businesses to try and get the area open as soon as possible. Later Sunday morning, she saw the damage. The storm also damaged power poles and more than 11,000 customers were without power at one point.


US, China, S'Korea okay United Nations sanctions slammed on N'Korea

US, China, S'Korea okay United Nations sanctions slammed on N'Korea

The sanctions ban North Korea's largest export, coal, along with exports of iron and iron ore, lead and lead ore and seafood. The resolution will prohibit countries starting new joint ventures with the North and any fresh investment in current joint ventures.


Dozens killed in 'brutal' Afghan attack

Dozens killed in 'brutal' Afghan attack

An Afghan counterterrorism official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because revealing his identity could endanger him, said Afghan intelligence has identified 26 madrassas in Pakistan where it suspects future generations of Taliban are being trained and in some cases instructed in carrying out suicide bombings.


Nazi Salutes End In Arrests For Chinese Tourists In Berlin

Nazi Salutes End In Arrests For Chinese Tourists In Berlin

They could not face serious charges for the use of symbols of illegal organizations, which could land them with a heavy fine or up to three years behind bars. The Nazi salute is illegal in Germany as well as numerous other European countries. Modern Germany has banned the Nazi party and its imagery and symbols, which can now only be used for educational or historic research.