19 Feb '11, 8am

Internet cut off in #Libya via @cmswire

Internet traffic in and out of the country halted suddenly after being throttled earlier in the day, according to an Arbor Networks chart titled 'Libya Pulls the Plug'. The regime of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi vowed on Friday to snuff out attempts to challenge the Libyan leader, after an opposition 'day of anger' became a bloodbath.

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