Arabic Technology

Did people dare to fly at Y2K?

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Governments around the world wanted to stop all flights fifteen minutes before midnight. They also stopped all trains and other automatic systems for fear that the Y2K bug might cause havoc. Jonar explains the reasons behind those strategies. Jonar Nader speaks with Walkley-Award winning journalist Ghassan Nakhoul. To listen to an excerpt from the radio broadcast, click on the green arrow below. This broadcast is spoken in Arabic.

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