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The Financial Times is reporting that ISPs in Afghanistan will start filtering the internet starting May 1. According to a senior official in the Afghanistan government the goal is to block sites about gambling, promoting...
Afghanistan is being rebuilt with the help of the Linux operating system. The United Nations is training civil servants in the intricacies of the software to help them get government computer systems...
KABUL, Afghanistan - "Planting its flag in cyberspace," Afghanistan will officially activate its .af Internet domain name on Monday for Afghan e-mail addresses and Web sites, officials and the United Nations said. ...
A new e-mail scam from a purported American ``Special Forces Commando'' in Afghanistan who needs help getting terrorist drug money out of the country is making the rounds on the Internet. The Secret...
Early this week, a Boeing 747 took off from Portland, Oregon, loaded with more than 190,000 pounds (86,000 kilos) of lifesaving humanitarian aid, bound for Kabul, Afghanistan. Reportedly the first non-military flight to receive approval...
Know this is not tech news, but it's major and substancial news none the less. All over the airwaves, both on radio and TV, comes word that the President of the United...