The Service marked the occasion of the Dalai Lama’s upcoming 80th birthday with a historic four-hour live TV program.
On July 6, 2015, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet is turning 80 years old. VOA’s Tibetan Service is marking the occasion with a 4-hour live TV program.
Voice of America, in partnership with the Newseum, hosted a panel discussion Wednesday examining how new electronic devices are affecting the relationship between police and the American public.
President Buhari chose VOA for his very first one-on-one interview, after his inauguration, to an international broadcaster.
The Voice of America provided extensive coverage of the parliamentary elections in Turkey over the weekend.
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic concluded his first official visit to the United States as Serbia’s leader with an interview at VOA headquarters in Washington.
Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan, had a reputation for speaking bluntly during the years he was in power.
What is the security situation in Iraq? Why have Sunnis joined Islamic State forces? What is the role of the United States?
Current Time, a TV news program for Russian-speaking audiences in countries bordering Russia, launched its new weekend edition with shows affording viewers a fresh alternative to Russian-controlled TV.
Voice of America is leading international coverage of the political upheaval in Burundi with on-the-scene reporting and new programming in Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, French, Swahili, and English.
Voice of America today began boosting broadcasts to Burundi where at least 14 people have been and killed and more than 200 injured in protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza running for a third term.
In a Voice of America exclusive, VOA’s Korean Service reports that a well-known construction company in Qatar has fired 90 North Korean laborers.
The VOA documentary AIDS: Living in the Shadows won the Silver World Medal at the 2015 New York Festivals International Television & Film Awards.
Voice of America today marked the first anniversary of Boko Haram’s abduction of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls who are still missing and thought to be captives of the terrorist group in the forests of northern Nigeria.
Voice of America Director David Ensor today announced his resignation after nearly four years leading the nation’s international state broadcaster.
Voice of America has named Clara Dominguez as Managing Editor of the VOA News Center, the main source of news-gathering and production for a weekly audience of more than 172 million people in nearly 50 languages.
Voice of America will provide unprecedented coverage of Nigeria’s presidential election, being held Saturday.
Voice of America gave millions of Afghans a front row view of their new leaders visiting Washington.
Nigerian military sources told VOA that soldiers from South Africa and other countries are in Nigeria fighting Boko Haram.
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