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  • Under Taliban rule, music was banned in Afghanistan.

    Using a microphone, a cell phone to play music, and a homemade antenna, Afghan National Army soldier Miya Gul creates an improvised radio station inside his barracks.

    He and another soldier broadcast the show, which they call The Voice of Miya Gul, to the village next to their patrol base in Zabul Province.

    Gul says he created the radio station to report the news, play music and make people happy.

    He also hopes to convince the Taliban that they are wrong to destroy bridges and roads.
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