Voice of America

Voice of America (VOA) is the official external broadcast institution of the United States federal government. VOA provides programming for broadcast on radio, TV, and the Internet outside of the U.S., in English and some foreign languages.

Increases in airstrikes, injuries, and a wider range of authorities are revealing a much more involved U.S. military presence in Afghanistan, despite a planned reduction.

A day after Turkey dismissed more than 2,400 military personnel, its Supreme Military Council gathered to try to put the pieces back together.

Some U.S. and Iraqi officials are voicing growing optimism about the prospects of retaking the key city of Mosul from the Islamic State terror group sooner than first anticipated.

As the process of electing the next American president goes into its final stages, national security and foreign policy analysts are divided over the long-term U.S. role in Afghanistan.

As investigators in France began sifting through the devastation of the attack on Bastille Day in Nice that killed 84 people, some Western intelligence officials were already alarmed.

In the hours after the terror attack in Nice, France, PM Manuel Valls riled many critics when he said that “times have changed, and France should learn to live with terrorism.”