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Venera Abdiraimova (right) of Keremet TV, VOA Uzbek affiliate in Osh, Kyrgyzstan, interviews Navbahor Imamova, host & producer of VOA Uzbek show Amerika Manzaralari (Exploring America).

Venera Abdiraimova (right) of Keremet TV, VOA Uzbek affiliate in Osh, Kyrgyzstan, interviews Navbahor Imamova, host & producer of VOA Uzbek show Amerika Manzaralari (Exploring America).


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  • VOA's Vincent Makori interiews Ghanaian President John Mahama
  • President John Mahama of Ghana with VOA staff members (left to right): Direcor of Language Programming Kelu Chao, Director of Global Operations Andre Mendes, and Acting Africa Division Director Neguisse Mengesha and VOA Chief of Staff Barbara Brady.
  • VOA Director of Global Operations Andre Mendes greets Cape Verde President Jorge Carlos Fonesca
  • Cape Verde President Jorge Carlos Fonesca is interviewed by Alvaro Andrade of the Portuguese Service.
  • VOA senior journalist Idrissa Dia interviews Senegalese President Macky Sall.
  • Senegalese president Macky Sall during his interview
  • Paul Sisco from English to Africa interviews Namibian Minister of Trade and Industry Calle Schlettwein.
  • VOA's French to Africa service chief Jeremy Groce greets Niger President Mahamadou Issoufou.
  • Niger President Mahamadou Issoufou interviewed by Aliyu Mustapha, Managing Editor of the Hausa Service.
  • Sao Tome Prime Minister Gabriel Costa is interviewed by Alvaro Andrade of the Portuguese Service..
  • Sao Tome Prime Minister Gabriel Costa and his staff pose with VOA senior management.
  • Somalian President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is interviewed by Vincent Mokori of the English to Africa Service.

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