Egypt: BBC Arabic on keeping the story alive after the internet has died

Earlier today it was reported that connection to the internet in Egypt, where anti-government protests have being taking place, has been cut.

We spoke to Carine Torbey, a journalist with BBC Arabic, to find out how the broadcaster is keeping up to date with events from inside Egypt. She talks in the audio player below about how comments from those outside the country and more traditional forms of reporting are keeping the story alive, and the impact of the internet blackout on the flow of user-generated content.

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