Radio Antena National (7520 kHz, February 13, 2000, 18:00 UTC)
This station, which according to the ILG database transmits from Romania, broadcasts towards Iran (in Farsi) and is directed against the present Teheran regime.
Democratic Voice of Burma (17750 kHz, April 25, 1999, 13:45 UTC) [edited recording]
IBC Tamil (7460 kHz, January 13, 1999, 01:00 UTC)
I am not really sure whether this is a clandestine station or not. Taking into account the content of the broadcast, I have however for the time decided to put them in this section, the more as I wouldn't know under which country to put them.
Liberation Radio, Vietnam (10015 kHz, May , 1975, 20:15 UTC) -AR-
Radio España Independiente, Estación Pirenaica (around 1970)
After Francisco Franco won the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) after his rebellion against the legitimate Spanish Republic, he installed a bloody fascist regime, that lasted until he died on November 20 [officially] 1975. Various stations realized anti-Franco transmissions, the most important of which beyond any doubt was this station. The 'subtitle' estación pirenaica suggested the transmitter was located in the Pyrenees, but they actually came from Russia and later from Romania. The station broadcast for 12 hours a day from 1941 until the Spanish Communist Party was legalized in May 1977. On July 15, 1977 they finished their broadcasts with this goodbye message.
Radio Kurdistan, Voice of the Kurdistan Socialist Democratic Party (4120 kHz, January 12, 1999, 05:30 UTC)
Voice of Iraqi Kurdistan (4085 kHz, January 12, 1999, 05:00 UTC)
Voice of the People of Kurdistan (4060 kHz, December 15, 1998, 20:55 UTC)
Voice of Tigray Revolution, Ethiopia (5500 kHz, February 6, 1999, 18:00 UTC)


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