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# AP notes that Omar Hammami is unhappy with Voice of America's reporting on him. VOA promises a special extended report.
# A journalist from Pakistan reflects on visiting the U.S., including his visit to the Voice of America.
Citations of Our Networks
# Turmoil in inner Mongolia. The Guardian cites Radio Free Asia on the death of a local herder following a protest.
# Qatar News Agency cites Radio Sawa's reporting on U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's plan to attend a meeting on Syria.
# Foreign Policy cites RFE/RL reporting on accidental deaths of six children.
# A Huffington Post piece on Russia, gay rights, and the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games cites RFE/RL's reporting.
# The Lowy Institute for International Policy finds clarity on the Lao Government's intentions via a Radio Free Asia story.
# Do you like country music? Great American Country uses part of an interview that Sheryl Crow did with VOA on her new album.
# The Star Tribune picks up a VOA story on a huge fire in California.
# UPI quotes VOA's reporting on a drone strike in Pakistan.
In the foreign-language press:
# The North Korean regime secretly operates a bio-chemical institute. MBN (South Korean media) uses Radio Free Asia reporting.
# "When I started my first publication, the very word 'internet' was censored."
# How well-informed are citizens, and how are they getting their news?
# The NSA can foil Internet encryption.
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The Broadcasting Board of Governors
(BBG) is the independent federal agency that oversees all government-supported U.S. civilian international media. The mission of the BBG is to inform, engage and connect people around the world in support of freedom and democracy. Networks within the BBG
include the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Middle East Broadcasting Networks (Alhurra TV and Radio Sawa), Radio Free Asia, and the Office of Cuba Broadcasting (Radio and TV Marti). BBG programming reaches an audience of 203 million in more than 100 countries and in 61 languages.