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Coming off more than two decades of authoritarian rule, roughly three-fourths of Gambians approve of new President Adama Barrow's leadership and express confidence in the... [Read More]
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An entire generation has been born since Nelson Mandela's 1990 release from a South African prison, where he spent almost three decades for his anti-apartheid... [Read More]
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When Jeremy Randall and Ariam Mohamed set their wedding date for May 5, they knew they would be submitting their new union to an endurance... [Read More]
The 4-year-old Cote d'Ivoire boy couldn't walk, speak or feed himself. He was so unlike most other kids that his grandparents hesitated to accept him.... [Read More]
VOA documentary screening and discussion touch on African tech markets, investment and US hiring disparities... [Read More]
The State Department had billed Secretary Rex Tillerson's first diplomatic trip to Africa as a mission to reaffirm U.S. collaboration with the continent on counterterrorism,... [Read More]
A second day of protests roiled Honduras Friday as the country's electoral court began hand-counting votes showing "inconsistencies" from Sunday's presidential election... [Read More]
Country's electoral court on Friday began hand-counting votes showing 'inconsistencies' from Sunday's presidential election... [Read More]
VOA spoke to Department of Homeland Security Spokesperson Katie Waldman about Temporary Protected Status and the latest developments related to TPS. Below is an edited... [Read More]
In this upper Midwestern state known for dairy, beer and Harley-Davidson motorcycles, ginseng growers want to make sure that the bitter root also gets its... [Read More]
Two cross-border innovators spotlight business accelerators in Chile and Colombia and praise US stability... [Read More]
Forty-eight years ago this July, U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon. That image transfixed a little Costa... [Read More]
Immigration advocates expressed concern Tuesday that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security might be treating Haitian nationals unfairly and perhaps even trying to set new... [Read More]
In informal VOA survey, social media users complain of high cost and scarcity of food... [Read More]
In Venezuela, plagued with chronic food shortages and a devastated economy, Carmen Elena Perez describes her refrigerator as merely "an ornament in my kitchen, because... [Read More]
Fernando Villavicencio accuses Correa administration of persecution; 'the government cannot afford to let my voice be free' he says... [Read More]
Victims group, claiming intimidation, stages protest in Oaxaca last week as OAS commission in Washington hears of rights violations... [Read More]
A renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement could benefit the United States, Mexico and Canada, enhancing the continent's competitiveness in global markets, say several close... [Read More]
Just a handful of countries have contributed to a campaign aiming to raise at least $400 million to reduce and treat infections... [Read More]
The man poised to become Haiti's president on February 7 draws a parallel between himself and the new chief executive of the United States, suggesting... [Read More]
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