The Inside Story - Biden's UN Debut

This week on The Inside Story: President Joe Biden’s first major foreign policy speech.

World leaders gather in New York for the United Nations General Assembly. President Biden lays out his plan for America’s domestic and international leadership.

Hear from VOA correspondents around the globe report on the major issues in this speech from climate change to COVID-19, and America’s future relationship with China.

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Abuses by Sahel Security Forces Against Citizens Are Down.

Abuses by Sahel Security Forces Against Citizens Are Down.

Last year, civilian fatalities at the hands of security forces were almost as high as those caused by terror groups; they have now plummeted, research data show Originally published at -

FACT CHECK: Cambodia: After 30 Years, a Promise of Democracy Still Broken.

FACT CHECK: Cambodia: After 30 Years, a Promise of Democracy Still Broken.

On October 23, Cambodia commemorated the 30th anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords (PPA), which marked the official conclusion of the Cambodian-Vietnamese War. The agreement was also heralded as bringing about the official end of Cambodia’s long...

FACT CHECK: Syria’s False Claim That US is Stealing Oil.

FACT CHECK: Syria’s False Claim That US is Stealing Oil.

On October 13, the Syrian Minister of Economy and Trade, Mohammed Samer al-Khalil, spoke at a news conference about reconstruction and development in Syria after a decade of civil war. Al-Khalil said losses in the Syrian oil sector through 2020 re...

Volunteers Crush Grapes at London Winery

Volunteers Crush Grapes at London Winery

Winemakers always hope their customers want to drink their wine. But few want them to help make it, too. As a startup, east London's Renegade Urban Winery has limited funds for a big workforce come harvest time, so they turn to volunteers to help ...

Blinken Speaks With Sudan’s Deposed Prime Minister

Blinken Speaks With Sudan’s Deposed Prime Minister

International community calls on Sudanese military to refrain from violence against protesters, restore civilian-led rule Originally published at -