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Be the first to know when breaking news happens. Kabul Pressistan is proud to present Breaking-News & Security SMS Alerting or alerts about major breaking news and security incidents sent to you by SMS. The service is designed to keep you up to date with breaking news and major security incidents while you are in Afghanistan.
The service includes providing Short Mobile Messages (SMS) on major breaking news and events of major significance. The service is provided in return to a pre-agreed fee paid by the clients.
What is a news alert?
- Incidents of multiple (more than five) civilian casualties
- Incidents of multiple (more than 3) international military casualties
- Incidents of multiple (more than 10) Afghan military and police casualties
- Insurgent suicide bomb blasts and other explosions in big cities
- Abduction of foreign nationals and high profile Afghan citizens
- Deaths of foreign nationals and high profile Afghan citizens
- Security warnings and threats in major cities
- Major announcements, declarations and statements by the Afghan government, foreign forces, United Nations missions, key diplomatic missions and NGOs
- Major announcements by Taliban and other insurgent groups
- Major events, ceremonies and festivities
Each news content that is delivered to the clients will contain 3 to 12 words covering four basic elements: The SOURCE, NATURE, PLACE and EFFECTS of the incident/events. Updates will be provided if necessary.
Kabul Pressistan is responsible for the timely delivery of the contents to the clients and the accuracy of the information to the best possible extent but gives no warranty, grantee or other representation about the accuracy of the information provided by the sources and takes no responsibility for the technical problems on the recipients' side that may fail the delivery.
News Alerts will be delivered to the clients as breaking news happens and clients will be charged the (pre- agreed) fees even if no content is delivered to them due to lack of incidents.
Terms and Conditions last updated: Feburary 2012