FBI, Justice Department Routinely Prosecute Misuse of Classified Documents

WASHINGTON — Federal officials are saying little so far about Monday’s FBI search of former President Donald Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, but Trump and one of his sons have said the move is part of an investigation into Trump’s removal of offic…

FBI, Justice Department Routinely Prosecute Misuse of Classified Documents

WASHINGTON — Federal officials are saying little so far about Monday’s FBI search of former President Donald Trump’s home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, but Trump and one of his sons have said the move is part of an investigation into Trump’s removal of offic…

US Demands Release of VOA Journalist Detained in South Sudan

The U.S. embassy in South Sudan on Tuesday called on authorities in the central African country to free a journalist from prison.Diing Magot, a freelance journalist who contributes to Voice of America’s South Sudan in Focus program, was arrested in the…

China Eases COVID Suspension for International Flights

China on Sunday shortened its suspension period for inbound international flights carrying COVID-positive passengers, signaling that Beijing could soon ease its strict border controls.Incoming flights carrying five positive COVID-19 cases, or four perc…

Tiny African Kingdom Offers Skiing as Europe Sweats Summer Heat

While millions across Europe sweat through a summer of record-breaking heat, they’re skiing in Africa.Don’t worry. This isn’t another sign of climate change but rather the fascinating anomaly of Lesotho, a tiny mountain kingdom completely surrounded by…

US Announces Another $150 Million for Africa Food Crisis

ACCRA, GHANA — U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield on Friday announced a $150 million package for Africa to help address food and humanitarian crises.Speaking before a gathering of over 500 participants at the University of Ghana in Acc…