Implication of “foul play” says director, as photos show suspicious rope tied to internet cable 

‘Oku ‘i ai e hu’uhu’u ne fai hono maumau’i e keipolo ‘initaneti ‘a Tonga’ pea kuo fakapapau’i ne ma’u ha maea kuo no’o ki he taha ‘o e ngaahi motu ne hoko ki he keipolo fakavaha’apule’anga’ mo e keipolo fakalotofonua’. ‘Oku kei fakatotolo’i ke ma’u ‘a e tupu’anga totonu’ mo e hā ‘a e maea kuo no’o’ ni, ka ‘oku pehē ‘e he Talēkita Paula Piveni Piukala ko ‘ene tu’u he taimi ni’ kuo tuhu kotoa pe ‘a e fakatotolo kuo fai’ ngali ne ‘i ai ‘a e fa’ufa’u ke fakahoko ha hia he me’a’ ni.

A director at Tonga Cable Ltd said photos taken at the site of the damage to the kingdom’s international and domestic submarine internet cables appeared to show the break was not accidental. Speaking to Kaniva news this afternoon, director Paula Piveni Piukala said he could not rule out “foul play” as the reason the cable…


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