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Afghanistan Emroz is a UNAMA weekly radio programme that, since 2006, was 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.

The radio programme is presently under review, and it likely will be broadcast at a different time. Check this space for the latest update.

To find out more about Afghanistan Emroz, call 07 9000 5159 or email UNAfghanNews@un.org

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University students debate on child marriage
13 December 2014 - The United Nations backed student debate organized this week in Kabul to commemorate Human Rights Day that is celebrated every year on 10 December. Listen / Download
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Roundtable discussion: Islam's view on women’s rights in marriage
Kabul, 6 December 2014 – As part of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign, UNAMA organized a TV roundtable to discuss about women’s rights in marriage according to Islam. Listen / Download
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UNAMA calls parties in armed conflict to protect schools and hospitals
Kabul, 27 November 2014 – UNAMA today reiterated its call to parties in armed conflict to not attack schools and hospitals. Listen / Download
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An interview with UNAMA Sharia law expert
Kabul, 25 November – UNAMA Sharia law expert asked Afghan judicial authorities to prepare a mechanism according national law to prevent abduction and rape as a weapon in armed conflict. Listen / Download
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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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