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YouTube site returns to Morocco

Author: Associated Press, Published on: 30 May 2007

Moroccans were able to access the video sharing Web site YouTube on Wednesday for the first time since access was blocked last week…Najib Omrani, a spokesman for the state-controlled telecommunications company Maroc Telecom, said Moroccans were unable to access YouTube due to a technical glitch, but could not explain its nature or why it affected only the YouTube site. Many Moroccans said government censors had been spooked by a spate of videos recently posted on YouTube purportedly showing Moroccan police beating and arresting activists from Western Sahara…

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Related companies: Maroc Telecom YouTube (part of Alphabet)