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Argentine radio station run by teenagers


The Argentine government has backed a radio station run by teenagers as a way of keeping people across the country in touch with each other.

About half of the population lives in the capital, Buenos Aires, so the station is crucial in challenging the isolation felt by many in further-flung areas.

Candace Piette reports from the Patagonian coast in southern Argentina.

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