Pakistan Blocks YouTube Video Access

Feb 24, 2008 By SADAQAT JAN, Associated Press Writer

(AP) -- Pakistan's government has banned access to the video-sharing Web site YouTube because of anti-Islamic movies that users have posted on the site, an official said Sunday.



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