A reporter for VOA based in Sierra Leone, Adam Bailes, recently became one of the first journalists to travel to the Ebola-stricken village of Makeni, in Sierra Leone’s Northern Province. He filed a heartbreaking video report.
Throughout its history, VOA has always delivered the news. For months now, in its coverage of the Ebola crisis, VOA has been delivering news that saves lives.
Twelve African heads of state granted Voice of America exclusive interviews during last week’s historic U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, underscoring VOA’s impact across the continent.
After 72 years on air, the Voice of America Greek Service -- one of its longest-running language services -- is signing off today for the last time, bidding adieu to loyal listeners in Greece, Cyprus, and beyond.
VOA's latest documentary “Living in the Shadows” is now available on demand.
The documentary profiles individuals from around the world who continue to live with HIV and AIDS and continue to endure the stigma of the disease.
William C. (Bill) Baum
Lwin Htun Than
Radio Dari began broadcasting in September 1980 as a comprehensive and unbiased news source for the Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. Two years later, the Pashto Service was established. More
In his latest blog post, David Ensor takes a look into the future, at what VOA will look like in the year 2020.
Tours of the VOA radio and television studios in Washington are available to the public. It's a fascinating look at the largest U.S. international broadcast operation. Tours are given most weekdays at noon and 2:30pm, and are free. Click on the picture for more info.
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