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Taliban websites go offline

Taliban websites that delivered the victorious insurgents’ official messages to Afghans and the world at large in five languages went offline abruptly on Friday in what some experts have interpreted as indicating an effort to try to silence them.They had been shielded by Cloudflare, a San Francisco-based content delivery network and denial-of-service protection provider. Cloudflare did not immediately respond to emails and phone calls seeking comment on the development. The Cloudflare shield prevents the public from knowing who exactly hosts the sites. Do you think that this is just a temporary suspension ?

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