National Afghan Radio Operated again.
7 September 2021.

The announcement of the National Afghan Radio sounded on the medium wave frequency of the central radio station in Kabul on Thursday, it replaced the Voice of Sharia, which was originally used by the Taliban (banned in Russia) after it entered the capital of Afghanistan, according to radio amateur monitoring data. …
News programs were broadcast along with religious Islamic chants. The name “Voice of Sharia” was used by the Taliban on the air in 1996-2001, when they controlled a significant part of the territory of Afghanistan.
Despite the withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan, Radio Ashna, a radio station broadcasting in the languages ​​of the peoples of Afghanistan, affiliated with the Voice of America (recognized as a foreign agent in Russia), continues to work from the same transmitting center from near Kabul, according to radio amateur monitoring.
At the moment, the following radio stations are hung on medium waves:
594 – Radio Faryab, Maymana, Faryab Province, Northern Afghanistan – 5 kW
909 – Radio Kunduz, Kunduz, Kunduz Province, Northern Afghanistan – 10 kW
909 – Radio Paktia, Gardez, Paktia Province, Eastern Afghanistan – 0.05 kW
936 – Radio Zabul, Qalat, Zabul Province, Southern Afghanistan – 10 kW
1017 – Radio Ghazni, Ghazni Province, Central Afghansitan – 10 kW
1044 – Radio Farah, Farah, Farah Province, South-Western Afghanistan – 7 kW
1305 – Radio Kandahar, Kandahar, Kandahar Province, Southern Afghanistan – 10 kW
1440 – Radio Nangarhar, Jalalabad, Nangharhar Province, Eastern Afghanistan – 10 kW
1458 – Radio Khost, Khost, Khost Province, Eastern Afghanistan
1500 – Radio Badghis, Qala-i-Naw, Badghis Province, Western Afghanistan – 6 kW
1503 – Radio Nuristan, Parun, Nuristan Province, Eastern Afghanistan – 0.1 kW
1550 – Radio Herat, Herat, Herat Province, North-Western Afghanistan – 0.1 kW
1575 – Radio Kunar, Asadabad, Kunar Province, North-Eastern Afghanistan – 10 kW
1584 – Radio Nimroz, Zaranj, Nimroz Province, South-Western Afghanistan – 2 kW
1584 – Radio Ghor, Chaghcharan, Ghor Province, Central Afghanistan – 0.5 kW
1584 – Radio Balkh, Mazar-e-Sharif, Balkh Province, Northern Afghanistan – 10 kW

Rus-DX Sept. 12 items to WOR iog (2021-09-13)