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Ngày 20 tháng 08 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ ba ngày 19-8-2014

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Liên lạc Voa Tiếng Việt
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vietnamese@voanews.com 
Ðịa chỉ tại thủ đô Washington DC:
VOA - Vietnamese Service . 330 Independence Ave, SW, Room 2700 Washington, DC 20237 USA
Ðịa chỉ mới tại TháiLan:
VOA -Vietnamese Service.P.O.Box 101 Rongmuang Post Office Bangkok 10330 Thailand
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The Latest on Iraq and Ferguson

The White House, WashingtonDAILY SNAPSHOT
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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The Latest on Iraq and Ferguson
Yesterday, President Obama delivered a statement on the latest developments in Iraq and in Ferguson, Missouri. The President discussed how U.S. operations in Iraq have stopped the terrorist group ISIL from advancing on the city of Erbil, and helped Iraqi forces recapture Mosul Dam -- the country's largest dam, which had fallen under terrorist control. He also noted that the U.S. is building an international coalition to address the humanitarian crisis in northern Iraq.
President Obama then gave an update on the situation in Ferguson, noting that the Department of Justice has opened an independent federal civil rights investigation into the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Attorney General Eric Holder will travel to Ferguson tomorrow to meet with the FBI agents and DOJ personnel conducting the federal investigation.

Watch the President's full statement here:

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Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)
10:00 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
2:15 PM: The President and Vice President meet with members of the President’s economic team and senior advisors
4:05 PM: The President departs the White House en route Andrews Air Force Base
4:20 PM: The President departs Andrews Air Force Base en route Martha’s Vineyard
5:30 PM: The President arrives Cape Cod, Massachusetts
5:50 PM: The President arrives Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
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Ngày 19 tháng 08 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ hai ngày 18-8-2014

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Làn sóng phát thanh của Ðài VOA
Giờ phát (VN) Tần số Làn sóng trung bình
8-8:30 giờ tối 1575KHZ 190m50
10-11 giờ khuya 1170KHZ 256m41
Ở Hoa kỳ và Canada Qúi thính giã có thể nghe Đài qua số Điện thoại : 213-493-0225
Liên lạc Voa Tiếng Việt
Thư điện tử : 
 vietnamese@voanews.com
Ðịa chỉ tại thủ đô Washington DC:
VOA - Vietnamese Service . 330 Independence Ave, SW, Room 2700 Washington, DC 20237 USA
Ðịa chỉ mới tại TháiLan:
VOA -Vietnamese Service.P.O.Box 101 Rongmuang Post Office Bangkok 10330 Thailand
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Chart of the Week: Job Openings Hit a New High

The White House, WashingtonDAILY SNAPSHOT
Monday, August 18, 2014
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Chart of the Week: Job Openings Hit a New High
Each day, American businesses are firing on all cylinders to create jobs and drive America's economic growth. Just last month, our private sector added jobs for the 53rd straight month, the longest streak on record. In total, American businesses have added 9.9 million jobs since early 2010. Last week, we saw another sign of progress, as the number of available jobs rose to the highest level in more than 13 years.
American business owners advertised 4.67 million jobs in June, the highest number of openings since February 2001 -- a clear signal that the economy is strengthening.
See how we went from record-low job openings during the Great Recession to a new high this summer:
Check out the Chart of the Week on Job Openings.
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With schools getting ready to open their doors, the President talked directly to students and parents about the importance of preparing for an education beyond high school.
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From the Archives: Air Force One and Presidential Air Travel
Take a look inside Air Force One and find out how the "flying Oval Office" has changed over the years.
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Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)

10:00 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:35 AM: The President and Vice President meet with members of the National Security Council to receive an update on Iraq
12:30 PM: The President and Vice President meet for lunch
1:15 PM: The President meets with Attorney General Holder to receive an update on the situation in Ferguson, Missouri
1:45 PM: The Vice President ceremonially swears in Julián Castro as United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
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Ngày 18 tháng 08 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Chủ nhật ngày 17-8-2014

Ngoài ra bạn có thể lích vào “ VIETNAMESE.mp3 ” để tải về máy để nghe hoặc dùng IDM để tải. Cám ơn nhiều.
Làn sóng phát thanh của Ðài VOA
Giờ phát (VN) Tần số Làn sóng trung bình
8-8:30 giờ tối 1575KHZ 190m50
10-11 giờ khuya 1170KHZ 256m41
Ở Hoa kỳ và Canada Qúi thính giã có thể nghe Đài qua số Điện thoại : 213-493-0225
Liên lạc Voa Tiếng Việt
Thư điện tử : vietnamese@voanews.com 
Ðịa chỉ tại thủ đô Washington DC:
VOA - Vietnamese Service . 330 Independence Ave, SW, Room 2700 Washington, DC 20237 USA
Ðịa chỉ mới tại TháiLan:
VOA -Vietnamese Service.P.O.Box 101 Rongmuang Post Office Bangkok 10330 Thailand
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Ngày 15 tháng 08 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ năm ngày 14-8-2014

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VIETNAMESE.mp3” để tải về máy để nghe hoặc dùng IDM để tải. Cám ơn nhiều.
Làn sóng phát thanh của Ðài VOA
Giờ phát (VN) Tần số Làn sóng trung bình
8-8:30 giờ tối 1575KHZ 190m50
10-11 giờ khuya 1170KHZ 256m41
Ở Hoa kỳ và Canada Qúi thính giã có thể nghe Đài qua số Điện thoại : 213-493-0225
Liên lạc Voa Tiếng Việt
Thư điện tử :
vietnamese@voanews.com
Ðịa chỉ tại thủ đô Washington DC:
VOA - Vietnamese Service . 330 Independence Ave, SW, Room 2700 Washington, DC 20237 USA
Ðịa chỉ mới tại TháiLan:
VOA -Vietnamese Service.P.O.Box 101 Rongmuang Post Office Bangkok 10330 Thailand
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The President Speaks on Iraq and Ferguson, Missouri

The White House, WashingtonDAILY SNAPSHOT
Thursday, August 14, 2014
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The President Speaks on Iraq and Ferguson, Missouri
This afternoon, President Obama updated the nation on two issues that he's been monitoring closely over the past several days -- America's military operations in Iraq, and the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
The President first noted the progress the U.S. has made in carrying out targeted military operations in Iraq, saying that the situation on Mount Sinjar has "greatly improved and Americans should be very proud of our efforts." He then pivoted to the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, acknowledging the tragic shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown and the police clashes with protestors in the city.
"Now is the time for healing," the President said. "Now is the time for peace and calm on the streets of Ferguson. Now is the time for an open and transparent process to see that justice is done."
Watch the President's full statement here:

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Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)

12:15 PM: The President delivers a statement
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