Sudan disconnected from the Internet

Warren Bailey wbailey at
Thu Sep 26 01:12:30 UTC 2013

If they don't have news of the internet connection, we're probably both
looking at the wrong news feed. ;)

Patrick sent a twitter image showing the murder in traffic, but it looks
like after the spike SOMETHING came back?? If it was scissor murdered, I
would assume it would have been flat lined across the board. Either way,
I'm sure this is related and they're monitoring this list closely.. ;)

On 9/25/13 6:03 PM, "Jean-Francois Mezei" <jfmezei_nanog at>

>On 13-09-25 20:43, Warren Bailey wrote:
>> We make Ku-band backpacks for this type of scenario. I would give it
>> hours before you see CNN light up with live feeds..
>Why would an entertainment network cover real news ?
>BBC or AlJazeera are better news sources for stuff that happens more
>than 2 bocks away from CNN's atlanta offices.
>25 September 2013 Last updated at 17:54 ET
>Sudan fuel unrest: Many die in Khartoum as riots continue
>Al Jazeera:
>Sudan protests over fuel prices turn deadly
>Security forces use tear gas to disperse demonstrators in Khartoum amid
>simmering anger over subsidy cuts.
>Last Modified: 25 Sep 2013 18:08
>Neither article mentions internet disconnection.

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