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Around 6 a.m. local time, alarms could be heard sounding at the headquarters of the NATO-led military mission... [Read More]
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The executive order is aimed a addressing a pilot shortage... [Read More]
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Three men from Texas, two of them brothers, have been charged with attempted murder after firing a shot at anti-Nazi protesters... [Read More]
Another actress comes forward with allegation of sexual assault... [Read More]
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State Department officials tell VOA the core SRAP team focused on Afghan reconciliation is dissolved on Sept. 29, to be integrated with broader bureau... [Read More]
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Heavy fighting continued into the night in areas that were under Kurdistan Region control only a week ago... [Read More]
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Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands both await more help from the mainland; power, water in short supply... [Read More]
Prominent Washington correspondents discuss topics making headlines around the world including the retaking of Raqqa from ISIS and President Trump's upcoming trip to Asia. Join... [Read More]
Andrew Ferguson, Professor of Law at the University of the District of Columbia joins host Carol Castiel and Senior VOA correspondent Chris Simkins, to discuss... [Read More]
Dozens of civilians have been killed and wounded, and hundreds of families displaced by fierce fighting between the Islamic State and Taliban in eastern Afghanistan... [Read More]
Rapid response teams sent to Uganda-Kenya border to deal with spread of rare virus that shares similarities with Ebola... [Read More]
Texas' sanctuary law, known as SB 4, bans sanctuary cities and allows local law enforcement officers to question the immigration status of people they detain... [Read More]
Scores of Afghan troops have failed to show up while undergoing military training in the United States due to death threats, other potential violent acts... [Read More]
Aid agencies report nearly 7,000 Rohingya refugees stranded in dire conditions on the Bangladesh side of the border with Myanmar have been allowed to enter... [Read More]
A spokesman for the United Nations refugee agency says some 589,000 Rohingya refugees have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since August 25. At a... [Read More]
Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe's conservative coalition is increasingly confident it will win a decisive victory in Sunday's early election, and hold on to its... [Read More]
A mass transit strike in the Philippines this week risks more disruptive collective action unless drivers and the government settle differences over costly upgrades to... [Read More]
A top official in China has praised President Xi Jinping's expansive anti-corruption drive, arguing it has helped stop coup plotters from threatening the party's tight... [Read More]
Osman Kavala's arrest draws fears of a major escalation in ongoing crackdown on Turkey's civil society. [Read More]
Kenya's economy is expected to grow next year by 5 percent, down from a projected 6 percent, according to the International Monetary Fund. The slowdown... [Read More]
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