TV Ashna, a one-hour VOA news broadcast in the Dari and Pashto languages, has gained a growing audience in Afghanistan with its dynamic interviews, news and sports reporting.
Service is hailed for the role it has played in helping bring democracy to the former Soviet republic.
Spokesman Alan Eyre says new rules “mean instead of a single-entry three-month visa, students can get a multiple-entry two-year visa.”
"Congo Story: War, Women and Rape" brings video testimonials from victims and community leaders to an online platform, and into the global conversation about Congo’s rape crisis.
During Saturday’s inaugural broadcast, host Khalil Gueye speaks with reporters & health officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where HIV/AIDS is particularly prevalent.
Kambiz Hosseini says Iran may someday lift the “electronic curtain” it has built, but until then, he says Parazit and other VOA programs will keep open the lines of communication with the Iranian people.
Ivo Josipovic appeared Wednesday on VOA’s Croatian Service TV program "Newsflash."
Visits to VOA websites from Pakistan surge to highest one-day total ever.
Video documents police crackdown with officers leading detainees away and blocking streets near Buddhist Monastery.
Atifete Jahjaga says her selection by parliament will lay the groundwork for the newly independent country to elect a president by direct vote in the near future.
Russian language iPhone app delivers the latest news and information – plus, it lets citizen journalists use their mobile devices to upload and share short reports, photos or video.
VOA reporter June Soh honored for 2010 TV feature on legendary guitar maker Wayne Henderson.