PTA unblocks social media websites
A notification to this effect has been issued.
A Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) spokesperson said instructions had been received to unblock the websites.
Hours after police and paramilitary forces launched a crackdown on protesters on Saturday, the PTA was ordered to block TV news channels, popular social media networking sites Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and video-sharing websites YouTube and Dailymotion.
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