by Chris Bodenner

An ominous sign from the Mubarak regime:

12:15am Al Jazeera correspondents have been tweeting about the near-total media crackdown in Egypy:

"There is no internet in Egypt, none at all. Noor was last standing internet provider but it was shut down as well."

"Rumors of a coming mobile phone crackdown, which would make sense given tmrw is supposed to be a big march & police are back."

Scott Lucas claims:

With Noor's disconnection which follows the disconnection of all the other ISPs in the country, Egypt becomes the first country to be completely shut off from the rest the web by its regime in the history of internet.

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