Many of the trafficked women informed the Zimbabwe Service that they learned ways to escape from their captivity based on information they heard on Women’s Roundtable.
Twenty-one Afghan women have enrolled in an adult literacy class thanks to a connection made by Najiba Noshaba, VOA radio program for women.
Viewers demand police investigate the brutal treatment of a young Pakistani woman in the Swat district after Mashaal viral video draws attention to her case.
The internet was teeming with reporting and speculation earlier this month over the death of Uzbekistan’s President Islam Karimov and the ensuing political succession. Much of that managed to reach Uzbek citizens through digital technology that challenges the government’s efforts to control information in this rigidly closed country.
A DIGIM video comparing Russian Prime Minister statements on teachers in 2013 and 2016 was the top trending video on Odnoklassniki.
VOA’s Armenian Service provided 24/7 coverage of the occupation of a police station in the capital, Yerevan, which continued for a second consecutive week and resulted in an outpouring of support for the armed occupiers from thousands of residents who marched through the streets of Yerevan on July 25.