On July 27, the Cambodian government blocked the Khmer websites of Voice of America and Radio Free Asia.
From the CEO
The law is clearly a political attack on an influential U.S. institution and an attempt to discredit the accurate, reliable news we provide to Russian audiences every day.
Dick was instrumental in launching and then expanding RFA into the world-class news organization it is today.
CEO John F. Lansing condemns the suspension of VOA in Burundi by the country's government.
In recognition of World Press Freedom Day, we honored the journalists killed in pursuit of truth.
Today, we received the worst news imaginable – two journalists from Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty were killed in a horrific and brutal attack in Kabul, Afghanistan.
This month we marked one year since we officially launched Current Time (CT).
The people of Pakistan deserve access to fact-based reporting.
No one should have to live without the free flow of information and dialogue. No self-proclaimed, unelected government should stand in the way of free speech as a universal right for all people.
RFE/RL, VOA, and the other networks of U.S. international media will remain committed to our mission, stipulated by U.S. law, to provide accurate, objective, and comprehensive journalism and other content to our global audiences, including in the Russian Federation.