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Afghanistan Emroz is a UNAMA weekly radio programme broadcast on Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA) at 09:00 every Saturday - 105.2 FM in Kabul, as well as on 1107 AM around the country.

Launched in 2006, the programme provides Afghan listeners news about UNAMA’s mandate, work and events in Dari and Pashto languages.

Afghanistan Emroz has a magazine-style focusing on topics related to UNAMA in the form of features, in-depth interviews and news.

To listen to special interviews or key speeches on different topics visit the Hot Topics box. Don’t forget to check the Archive box to listen to earlier shows.

And do get in touch - call 0790005159 or email UNAfghanNews@un.org

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UNESCO empowers women through literacy programme
Kabul, 20 November 2014 – UNESCO backed literacy programme that aimed to reduce women’s illiteracy in Afghanistan was discussed in a roundtable discussion that was also attended by government official. Listen / Download
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Killing and maiming of children in armed conflict
KABUL, 18 November 2014 – Out of the total number of civilian casualties, the number of Afghan children injured, maimed or killed each year is disproportionately large, according to a UN booklet released earlier this year. Speaking on the issues, panelists of a recent roundtable discussion said using children in armed conflict is against Islamic values and international law. Listen / Download
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Afghanistan environment further devastated as the war continues
Kabul, 6 November 2014 - The prolonged war in Afghanistan has devastated the country’s environment said a government official in roundtable discussion to mark International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War today. Listen / Download
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Journalists killed in Afghanistan increased
KABUL, 1 November 2014 - Afghan media rights activists voiced their concerns over the rise in the number of journalists being killed, as the first-ever International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists is marked worldwide today. Listen / Download
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