The Voice of Iraq (Arabic: إذاعة صوت العراق lit: Idha'atu Sawt Il-Iraq) is a privately owned radio station in Iraq that has broadcast since August 27, 2003. It broadcasts in Arabic, Turkmen and English on 1179 kHz medium wave in Baghdad and nearby towns including Ba'qubah and Fallujah to an area with 12 million inhabitants. Voice of Iraq is supervised by the International Agency for Free Media, which is a media institution that was active abroad during the Saddam Hussain regime and covered Iraqi news via the Internet.
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