One of two Voice of America exclusive stories by reporter Eun Jung Cho covering abusive practices against North Korean workers in Qatar was cited in a special United Nations human rights report.
This week, Voice of America marks 35 years of broadcasts to Afghanistan, with special tributes and programming dedicated to the history of the service.
VOA’s latest documentary A Single Step: Journeys of Women Leaders debuted at a special screening at the Asia Society in New York last week, bringing in a great crowd and a dynamic discussion following the screening.
Voice of America expands its leadership in Hausa-language programming with a new weekly television broadcast for affiliates premiering September 25 at 19:00 UTC.
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One of the major goals of the Tibetan Service is to provide coverage of events and issues that relates to the Tibetan people, be it news about Tibet, U.S. policy toward East Asia or information about China not available from other Tibetan sources. More
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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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