President Obama’s Special Assistant for African Affairs, Grant Harris, says South Sudan “desperately needs” a government that will advance its development, peace and security issues.
As voters in Mali cast their ballots on Sunday, July 28, Voice of America will carry two special election day broadcasts, with reports from polling stations around the country and analysis from studio guests.
Panelists at a VOA discussion on the future of Zimbabwe painted a bleak picture of a country facing enormous political and economic challenges as it heads into elections planned for later this month.
Viewers of VOA’s first ever Somali-language TV program are calling the show “remarkable.”
Voice of America’s "OnTen," a satirical weekly television program that pokes fun at Iranian officialdom, is honored with a 2013 CINE Golden Eagle Award.
Voice of America is urging officials in Cambodia to reverse an order that bans FM stations from broadcasting programs from VOA’s Khmer Service and other international networks.
Television viewers in Ivory Coast can now watch Voice of America’s popular French to Africa program "Washington Forum" every Sunday morning on RTI.
Secretary of State John Kerry says fugitive former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden “betrayed his country” and put the lives of Americans at risk by violating secrecy laws.
Voice of America invites its worldwide audience to join the growing U.S. immigration debate by taking part in a dynamic online conversation about an issue facing an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants.
Bono, lead singer of the rock band U2 and co-founder of the advocacy group ONE, reaches out to the people of Iran, with a special message broadcast by VOA’s irreverent satire program "OnTen."
Jazz, blues, swing, fusion and world music artists are showcased in the dynamic new Voice of America TV program: Beyond Category with Eric Felten.
Voice of America plans live TV special on Iran elections that includes interviews with members of the U.S. Congress, reaction from voters, and segments from polling stations in London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles.