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Syria drops offline, again

arstechnica.com
At about 2:45 Eastern time (18:45 UTC), Internet traffic in and out of Syria came to a sudden stop, as routers stopped propagating routes to the country's block of Internet Protocol addresses. The suddenness and completeness of the disconnection is indicative of another government-directed shutdown—the first since a two-day...
Syria drops offline, again
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Syria 'disappears' from the Internet, security firm says

www.pcworld.com
Internet traffic to and from Syria, which is in the midst of a civil war, appears to have dried up.At around 18:45 GMT Tuesday, "OpenDNS resolvers saw a significant drop in traffic from Syria. On closer inspection it seems Syria has largely disappeared from the Internet," Umbrella Security Labs...
Syria 'disappears' from the Internet, security firm says

Internet Coming Back To Syria

allthingsd.com
After about 20 hours, the Internet is coming back on in the war-torn nation of Syria. According to reports from Syria Digital Reports, a project of Canada’s SecDev organization and BGPMon, which monitors the Border Gateway Protocol information of the Internet’s underlying infrastructure, have noticed the country’s Internet connections humming...
Internet Coming Back To Syria

How an Indonesian ISP took down the mighty Google for 30 minutes

arstechnica.com
Google's services went offline for many users for nearly a half-hour on the evening of November 5, thanks to an erroneous routing message broadcast by Moratel, an Indonesian telecommunications company. The outage might have lasted even longer if it hadn't been spotted by a network engineer at CloudFlare who had a friend...
How an Indonesian ISP took down the mighty Google for 30 minutes
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