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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
(Correcting headline. A corrected version of item follows below.)
Text of report by Dan Mugenza entitled "King Faisal to go fibre-optic" published by Rwandan newspaper The New Times web site on 24 January
Terracom, a leading telecommunications firm, is to roll out a fibre-optic network at King Faisal Hospital, the country's largest private health institution.
The project, which commenced 20 January [and will run] to 16 February this year, will cost a total of 9m Rwandan francs.
The network will be used on tele-medicine to transmit information and images at high speed, thus enabling …