Ramallah radio axed after interfering with airport communications

August 24, 2009 09:24

Radio transmissions from Ramallah which were interrupting communication between aircraft and the air traffic control tower at the Ben-Gurion International Airport finally stopped on Sunday, Army Radio reported on Monday morning. According to the report, severe disturbances were recorded during the last week, leading airport authorities to file a complaint with the Communications Ministry. On Sunday, the Palestinian Authority and Civil Administration worked together to find the transmitters and immediately cut the broadcast.

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