Moroccans Cut Off From YouTube

May 29, 2007 By JOHN THORNE , Associated Press Writer

(AP) -- Internet users in Morocco unable to access the video-sharing Web site YouTube since last week expressed fears Tuesday that the government has stepped up its campaign to restrict independent media.



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