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.”
The report graphically demonstrates the predictability of the crisis by pulling together more than 10,000 data points.
Laura Bush recalls feeling of “horror” when she learned about the 9/11 terror attacks.
Drought-related radio programs deliver life-saving information to the hundreds of thousands of victims of the humanitarian crisis who are now at risk of starvation.
Voice of America deplores assault against journalist Alexandre Neto in Angola September 3, as he resisted efforts by plain-clothed police to take his camera equipment.
More than 2-million people have clicked on Jessica Beinecke’s quirky videos that teach Chinese speakers about expressions used by young Americans.
Statement expresses concern about a legal warning issued in connection with VOA coverage of the U.N.-backed war crimes tribunal in Cambodia.
Project looks at life-changing events that have impacted young people in their own countries.
The broadcasts are available on any phone, 24 hours a day.