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'Naughty Radio' makes waves in Malaysia

Remote communities rely on opposition radio station to expose issues including illegal logging and river pollution.

Last Modified: 24 Apr 2013 03:52
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The internet may be giving the Malaysian opposition opportunities to get their message across, but in remote jungle communities, it is an older technology that is making waves ahead of elections next week.

Numerous indigenous groups are relying on the "Naughty Radio Station" to expose issues like illegal logging, land grabs, and river pollution.

Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from a village in Sarawak.

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