Browse the latest news items or filter by date range.
Date Range

Syria to Hold Presidential Vote on May 26

Second election in the shadow of civil war seen as likely to keep President Bashar Al-Assad in power   

Sikh Community Calls for Gun Reforms after FedEx Shooting

Members of Indianapolis’ tight-knit Sikh community join with city officials to call for gun reforms as they mourn deaths of four Sikhs who were among eight people killed in a mass shooting at FedEx warehouse

CBS: France's Macron says 'Clear Red Lines' Should be Drawn with Russia

Macron's remarks departed from France's previous stance on Russia and shifted the country closer to its US ally

VOA Newscasts

VOA Newscasts (2 Minute)

Putin critic Navalny could 'die within days', say doctors

Alexei Navalny is on day 18 of a hunger strike over his medical treatment in a Russian jail.

VOA Newscasts

VOA Newscasts (2 Minute)

Thousands stranded in traffic over Kenya Covid rules

Police block major roads in the capital Nairobi to enforce an overnight ban on movement.

Music Time in Africa