The half-hour daily show from VOA’s Urdu Service covers issues in the news and life in the United States. The program is moving to Express News from Geo TV.
Service signs off after 19 years of broadcast history that began during the bloody breakup of the former Yugoslavia, and ended with the country's European integration.
New data show a 26% increase in visits to the VOA Burmese language website since Burma lifted media restrictions in September.
New video headline service gives mobile users a convenient and concise look at the major news stories in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Clinton told Voice of America’s hit TV show Parazit that Iran’s military is becoming increasingly involved in the Iranian economy.
Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf tells VOA he can’t understand President Karzai’s recent statement that “Afghanistan will side with Pakistan," in any war between Pakistan and America.
The project will enhance news coverage of the November election and provide a forum for key issues facing the country.
New shows will address vital issues and bring the latest news and information to the Caribbean nation.
John Tanza Mabusu launched an online petition after top Internet map sites failed to show newly independent South Sudan as a separate nation.
Officials appeared to be conveying a message that they want to improve strained relations with the United States.
Seminar in Hong Kong brought Chinese journalists together with U.S. experts for a first-of-its-kind meeting on health reporting.
Opposition leader says one of the aims of trying to democratize the country is “so that there may be no political prisoners.”