VOA has released a four-part special series on what is considered the most effective piece of civil rights legislation enacted in the United States, the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The Voice of America will provide live, on-the-scene coverage of President Obama’s trip to Africa as he arrives in Nairobi, Kenya, to join President Uhuru Kenyatta to co-host the Global Entrepreneurship Summit and then travel on to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
In a one-on-one TV interview with VOA Persian Director, Setareh Derakhshesh, Kerry said “If we implement this, then we are on a path to perhaps opening up a set of opportunities.”
VOA has provided extensive, around-the-clock coverage across various platforms on the historic agreement between Iran and the U.S., Great Britain, France, China, Russia, plus Germany and the European Union.
The Voice of America partnered with the Newseum Institute to examine the how new electronic devices are affecting the relationship between police and the American public. Click here to watch this VOA town hall special.
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