The Voice of America said Monday that it is stepping up broadcasts into
Afghanistan in the wake of the Oct. 7 air strikes against the Taliban and
In its second expansion since Sept. 11, the service will add one hour of
programming in the Dari and Pashto languages.
According to a VOA study, 80 percent of Afghan men and boys listen to
The service is also moving two reporters into northern Afghanistan to
supplement correspondents already in Islamabad, Pakistan.
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