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Keeping Al Jazeera on air in Egypt
Head of Al Jazeera's Live service talks about the news network being hindered in Egypt.
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2011 09:39 GMT


Internet and mobile phone services have been blocked in Egypt since early on Friday morning.

Many viewers also had trouble watching Al Jazeera Arabic's Live Service.

Ayman Gaballah, head of Al Jazeera's Live service, spoke about the ongoing black-out being experienced.

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