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wired."[None] Affordable Internet access has finally made its way to Afghanistan.
Earlier this month, the country, ravaged by 23 years of civil war, received what United Nations information technology workers say is the first inexpensive public Internet service there. In August, five more Kabul post offices will be outfitted with Internet connections, where it costs the equivalent of $1 an hour to check e-mail and surf the Web, said Karen Gray, project manager for the United Nations Development Programme, one of three parties rolling out the service.
"There is so much hunger for information here," Gray said in a telephone interview from Kabul. "We opened the first telekiosk on July 6. We've had them for 3 weeks and we had over 1,000 people visit.""...
"Afghans are so hungry for information from the outside world, Braish said, that he was only mildly surprised to learn from some Afghan schoolchildren that they preferred to read websites in English rather than have the content translated into their native Dari or Pashto by their instructors. But until now, they never had the opportunity to use a computer, much less the Internet.
Like any other major city in the world, Kabul does have Internet cafes. But for the most part, the service is available only to tourists and wealthy Afghan émigrés who can afford to put down $3 to $5 an hour to peruse the Web. The average Afghan makes about $30 a month, Gray said."...
"But at the Excelnet Cafe, the enthusiasm is hard to miss.
The eight terminals are all occupied and 10 Afghans wait patiently for their turn, squeezed on to a wooden bench.
One reason for its popularity is that it is the cheapest one in town, charging $1 for an hour's access."...
"That is lower than the $3 charged by most of the others, but still quite expensive in a country where the average income is less than $1 a day.
Zabiullah, an English language instructor, is not put off, however, and has bought himself a $50 card allowing him use of the internet for two hours every day."
""I hope to then bring the cost of access to below $1, and even open a centre at Kabul University, making it free for college students."
Most of those who use Kabul's four internet cafes are young, men and women, using it mainly to stay in touch, chat and to find out about opportunities abroad or to study.
"But increasingly people are using it to pursue their own interests, such as growing crops," adds Mr Bayer."
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2005 kabul internet explosion kills 3."Five people were injured in the explosion at the Park Net Cafe in Kabul's upscale Shahr-e-Naw district, a hangout also popular with foreigners, said city police chief Gen. Akram Khakrezwal."
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Fred's site doesnt work but... FAG TROOPS of a fag nation vid.... ok; no-names no pack-drill.
SHOT AT RELIGOUS FREEDOM AND FREE SPEECH IN usa BY americans SO IS SOMEONE SKITZO HERE?
US smarmy song. Westboro. yeah a curious point..
get the fuck out of america!.... counter protesters. well the mormons tried that in goingto mexico state of utah but the anti-poly-bibleists USA came after them. soo which recomended safer-country, for them pilgirms, do you, consider more appropriate? this would help speed up the process of reclocation of pilgrim scum.
Mexico maybe, canada?