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Georgian repair workers disconnected Armenia from the Internet2010-07-21 17:04
Since 1.p.m. Armenia has had no Internet connection as Georgian repairers, who worked at the railroad near Kutaisi, damaged a cable -News.am.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to provider companies, now connection is partly restored, and Armenian users can surf the Web, but with long breaks. The date when works will be finished, remains unknown. News.am notes the country has been losing connection to the rest of the world regularly these days.
It's worthy noticing that Georgia has also suffered problems with internet connection today.
According to Caucasus Online, a provider company, technical problems were caused by a landslide near Kutaisi, which damaged the cable.