Free radio in Syria paid the price of fame, word up at the Washington Post: On the first of October, members of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) kidnapped Rami Al Razzouk, of Syria's only free radio station, Radio ANA. They returned on Oct. 15, breaking into the office to seize the equipment the journalists had used to broadcast a radio program to the area's residents. Their last broadcast, from October 14 is attached in the player at the end of this post. Contact us if you can translate.
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