VOA commemorated the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz with a week of special coverage.
Opening conference featuring former U.S. President Jimmy Carter airs Tues., 25 Jan., at 2000 UTC.
Pres. Uribe looks ahead to a closer relationship.
The Beijing News Awards Committee today presented Voice of America Mandarin Service China correspondent with the first-ever "Award for Excellence in Broadcast News."
Israel's ambassador to the the United States talks about this week's Palestinian election.
Ambassador Karim Kawar's interview will be broadcast in three segments on VOA's Persian-language News and Views beginning today and concluding Thursday.
Jordanian Ambassador discusses the importance of the upcoming elections for Iraq and the region in second part of his News & Views interview, airing Wed. 12 Jan.
The Leo Sarkisian Library of African Music will be available for scholars of African music in the Spring of 2005.
"Our hope is that we will be able to be in control all over Iraq and establish security before the general
elections at the end of January 30, 2005," Zebari tells VOA.
Weapons proliferation endangers the entire world -- where are the biggest threats and what is being done to solve the problem?
Broadcasters from across Pakistan participated in the workshop.
U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad said today, "I speak for President
Bush; we will not abandon Afghanistan."