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terrorist threat shuts down mobile phone network

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terrorist threat shuts down mobile phone network

In helmand
http://www.anhourago.co.uk/show.aspx?l=8322642&d=501
Already two phone masts have been burnt down in Helmand belonging to mobile phone companies accused of not implementing the ban, which was announced earlier this week.
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Re: terrorist threat shuts down mobile phone network

Why not post a link to the actual article?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-12838231
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Re: terrorist threat shuts down mobile phone network

@fourfourdevon, thanks,
I tried, I couldnt find the direct link to the BBC website (even though it was on BBC).
Various search engines kept coming up with "anhourago".
I received the link on a feed.
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Re: terrorist threat shuts down mobile phone network

Take a look at the makeup of this search
http://www.google.co.uk/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=site%3Abbc.co.uk+All+mobile+telephone+netw...
First thing is I limit the results just to the BBC website, using the command "site:www.bbc.co.uk" and then I use a fairly lengthy piece from the article itself.  The result is, that the results have the wanted article right at the top.
Alternative, clicking (and in this case) clicking on the link "Dismiss this window" closes the "An hour ago" header leaving just the BBC article.  Although obviously the first technique is more generic.
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Re: terrorist threat shuts down mobile phone network

@fourfourdevon:  thanks, doh, Dismiss this window simple as that - was more interested in the content  Sad