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Broadcasts Radio Azadi FM Banned in 13 cities of Afghanistan

KABUL (BNA) The Ministry of Information and Culture has banned the broadcasting of Radio Azadi FM in 13 major cities of the country.

The Director of Broadcasting of MoIC Abdul Haq Hammad, said that the Ministry took the step, after Radio Azadi did not follow journalistic principles and broadcasts one-sided.

A number of media outlets in Afghanistan are heavily criticized because they are funded by foreign intelligence agencies and publish one-sided broadcasts against Afghanistan’s national interests.

The Ministry of Information and Culture has repeatedly said that the Islamic Emirate is committed to freedom of expression, but the media should not publish one-sided broadcasts and should deem the Islamic Sharia and the national interests of Afghanistan.

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