By Houda Mzioudet.
Tripoli 30 November 2013:
Telephone communications have returned to the Mizdah region after being cut last Sunday because of the . . .[restrict]theft of electricity transmission cable connected to the telephone communications tower in Khemir, some 25 kilometres south of Ghariyan. The tower relays communications to the Mizdah region.
“It was an electricity issue,” said Kheir Masood, a Libya Post employee in Mizdah, explaining that GECOL had sent engineers to fix the problem in the tower.
Ten districts including the town of Mizdah were affected by the breakdown, Kheir told the Libya Herald.
All offices, buildings or homes in the region using LPTIC’s rural telephone communication were hit. However, those using ADSL for internet were unaffected, Masood explained. Most areas of Mizdah use LPTIC’s telephone communication. [/restrict]