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New Head of USAGM Renews Visas for VOA’s Foreign Journalists

Voa News 29 Jan 2021
Agency for Global Media this week approved several J-1 visa applications for foreign journalists working for Voice of America, one of the networks it oversees. The applications are the first to be approved by the agency since June last year ... Agency for Global Media logo at Voice of America, in Washington, D.C., Nov.
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U.S. soft power agency CEO: China’s New Silk Road is 'the WeWork of development finance'

Yahoo Daily News 02 Jan 2021
soft power agency CEO ... aid agency says it’s still going full steam ahead ... Ian Bremmer, who heads political risk consultancy Eurasia Group, told Yahoo Finance that DFC “is a soft power agency … but I wouldn’t say it’s a game-changer, certainly not in the context of Belt and Road.”.
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VOA Acting Director Steps Down Ahead of New Appointee

Voa News 09 Dec 2020
The acting director of Voice of America has stepped down as head of the agency, saying he is returning to his previous position as the U.S. Agency for Global Media CEO Michael Pack brings in a new leader ... Last month a federal judge ruled that some of Pack’s moves as CEO violated the First Amendment rights of the agency’s journalists.
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Mass COVID-19 vaccination starts amid surging cases worldwide

People Daily 09 Dec 2020
BEIJING, Dec ... 2 ... In Israel, the government plans to vaccinate its population from Dec ... On Dec. 3, the UN agency also quoted a report by the Eurasia Group as saying that leaving low- and lower-middle-income countries behind in distribution of vaccines might cause "significant economic damage that puts decades of economic progress at risk." .
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Spotlight: Mass COVID-19 vaccination starts amid surging cases worldwide

Xinhua 09 Dec 2020
BEIJING, Dec ... 2 ... In Israel, the government plans to vaccinate its population from Dec ... On Dec. 3, the UN agency also quoted a report by the Eurasia Group as saying that leaving low- and lower-middle-income countries behind in distribution of vaccines might cause "significant economic damage that puts decades of economic progress at risk." Enditem. .
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