Syrians turn to satellites as the country's Internet connection remains down

The Internet blackout is more complete in Syria than it was during events in Egypt almost two years ago

By , IDG News Service |  Networking, Syria

The shut-down of communications may herald the intention of Syrian authorities to shield the truth of what is happening in the country from the outside world, according to the organization.

"It is time to stop war crimes and crimes against humanity, not to commit them behind a wall of silence. Anyone committing such acts should know that they will be held accountable in the future," Amnesty said.

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