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Computer network at Rafah crossing breaks down
Published Monday 09/12/2013 (updated) 10/12/2013 13:24
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) – The computer network at the Egyptian side of Rafah crossing broke down Monday morning after only one bus and one ambulance managed to cross into Egyptian territory, a Palestinian official said.

Director of border crossings Mahir Abu Sabha told Ma’an that Egyptian officials at Rafah crossing notified their Palestinian counterparts that the computer network broke down.

Hundreds of passengers travelling for humanitarian needs were waiting for the computer system to be repaired so they could travel. Thousands more across the Gaza Strip, he added, are waiting until the crossing resumes operations at full capacity.

The Rafah crossing has been open exceptionally in both directions since Saturday for special cases, after it was closed for eight consecutive days.

Egyptian authorities said it would remain open for three days to allow patients, students and foreign nationals to travel.
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1 ) Bemused / New Zealand
10/12/2013 00:20
How many times are they going to use this excuse? It is patently absurd.

2 ) Computer / Papyrus
10/12/2013 01:38
Egyptians should use papyrus - they handle it much better than computers.

3 ) southparkbear / usa
10/12/2013 05:55
this is min allah

4 ) Bob / USA
10/12/2013 08:38
Clearly this computer network break down is definitely the fault of the Juice.
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