ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) announced yesterday the move to allow non-Latin characters to be used in top-level domains. Three major Arab nations, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates have become the first countries to be allowed to use IDN country code top-level domains.
This means domain names will soon start appearing with the country idenitifier after the final dot for these countries (their equivalent of .co.uk) in arabic.
Read more about this important development on the ICANN website or for more information on IDN's by clicking here.
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