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Ultrashort-wave radio tackles Islamists

February 13th, 2017
topics:Humans, Arts
by:Daniel Mützel
located in:Iraq
tags:Iraq, Radio Dange, Raif Badawi Award

Radio Dange Nwe is something unique. The station was founded by two young women: Hevy, 29 years old, fled the Syrian city of Kobanî and Haneen, 19, comes from the embattled Iraqi city of Fallujah.

They have been honoured for their radio programme, which broadcasts in local refugee camps, with the Raif Badawi Award.

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