John Wreford / For The Times
Honey Sayed works in Madina FM's Damascus studio. Syria has allowed radio stations greater freedoms in the last few years, but authorities still closely monitor the media here for political provocations. Radio stations hand tape recordings of broadcasts to the Ministry of Information after theyve aired. But as long as they avoid talking about religion or politics and keep the discussion upbeat, they seem to be on safe ground. Even the news we give is always positive, says Honey. Never anything negative!
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