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Syria loses power

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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-35717532

xperts say that the power was cut in all areas across the country and said a potential EMP attack could not be ruled out. By midnight officials had begun restoring electricity in some areas, but were still unable to determine the official cause.

 

 

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That's not good. Could it have been Russia?
ISIS usually takes responsibility for their terrorism right away don't they?

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2 hours ago, Lucy Barnable said:

That's not good. Could it have been Russia?
ISIS usually takes responsibility for their terrorism right away don't they?

I was reading a report earlier today that said Russia was hitting hospitals. Then I went to RT News and strangely, I couldn't find anything about the power outage in Syria. RT is usually the first one to report on well... just about everything.  Why so silent on this? 

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Electricity supply gradually returns in Syria - state media

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria's electricity supply was gradually returning after it was cut across the country on Thursday and Internet connections were briefly disrupted, state media said.

SANA news agency quoted the electricity minister saying that the network was returning and would be restored to its earlier capacity by midnight. It did not say what caused the cut.

It said earlier that the "electricity work has been cut in all governorates. Attempts to find the cause of the outage have begun."

http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/electricity-supply-gradually-returns-in-syria---state-media/41999182

Looks like things are returning to "normal" over there. As normal as they can be anyway. 

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