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Islamic State sets up its own radio show in a bid to find new recruits

Islamic State militants in eastern Afghanistan have taken to the airwaves to find recruits, as they try to strengthen their numbers and replace the Taliban as the leading force in Islamist insurgency. The 90-minute daily Pashto language radio broadcast, called “Voice of the Caliphate”, consists mainly of interviews, messages and songs about ISIL. Local officials say they have so far been unable to block the broadcasts, which appear to shift location regularly.

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