“Current Time” is one part of U.S. international media’s efforts to respond to official propaganda in and around Russia.
“Terrific.” That’s what Secretary of State John Kerry said about the news that children's rights advocates Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi of India have won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.
VOA journalist and broadcaster Myroslava Gongadze has been selected to co-host a series of parliamentary election debates on one of Ukraine’s major networks, First National TV.
The Voice of America will expand its broadcast footprint through a newly minted agreement with Radio Télé Caraibes, FM 94.5 and AM 1150, a market-leading radio station in Port-au-Prince, Haiti with coverage in selected cities across the county.
The Kurdish Service of Voice of America today launched an expanded live version of its Kurd Connection TV Program to Iraqi-Kurdistan.
After being silent about it for more than ten years, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the most well-known political opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is once again talking Russian politics.
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.
A breakthrough weekly show involving Russian and American journalists and guests has been “suspended”, the Russian Business Channel (RBC) says, for the next two weeks.
For the past two weeks, TV audiences in Russia have had a chance to see something exceedingly unusual on Russian airwaves: candid exchanges about U.S. and Russian policies, including criticism of the Putin government.
Cold War? -- a groundbreaking interactive TV show co-produced by Voice of America’s Russian Service and the Russian Business Channel -- premiered live today in a primetime slot to audiences in Russia.
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.
Voice of America’s Kurdish-language TV program is now airing on NRT TV, one of the most popular channels in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Voice of America brings the battle for power being waged in Nigeria to the mobile phones and desktops of the world with a unique special report.
The president of Somalia says his government is winning the battle against the Islamist militant group al-Shabab.
All eight of VOA’s Africa Division language services – in 16 languages -- as well as English to Africa and VOA’s Central Newsroom, are reporting on YALI in-depth on a variety of multimedia platforms.
A stirring new VOA documentary, AIDS: Living in the Shadows, is making its world premiere today at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, with some help from the star power of Sir Elton John.
In an exclusive interview with Voice of America, Afghan President Hamid Karzai made clear his displeasure with the audit deal recently brokered by Secretary of State Kerry. He accepted it, though, because the “Afghan people are waiting ... impatiently to have a new president.”
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