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Afghan mobile phones cut after Taliban attacks

Mobile phone operators have shut down their networks at night in parts of Afghanistan after attacks by Taliban militants who say troops use the signals to track them down, residents and a phone company official said on Saturday. Residents in parts of southern Afghanistan reported their mobile telephones no longer worked at night and an official from one of the companies confirmed its network had been shut down from dusk till dawn in some areas of the country. Full Story

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