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Ngày 23 tháng 11 năm 2014

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Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ bảy ngày 22-11-2014

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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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Immigration Accountability Executive Action

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Sunday, November 23, 2014
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Weekly Address: Immigration Accountability Executive Action
In this week’s address, the President laid out the steps he took this past week to fix our broken immigration system. Enacted within his legal authority, the President’s plan focuses on cracking down on illegal immigration at the border; deporting felons, not families; and accountability through criminal background checks and taxes. These are commonsense steps, but only Congress can finish the job.
As the President acts, he’ll continue to work with Congress on a comprehensive, bipartisan bill -- like the one passed by the Senate more than a year ago -- that can replace these actions and fix the whole system.
 
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In his address to the nation on Thursday night, President Obama announced new executive actions to help fix America's broken immigration system.
Since the founding of our nation, we've weaved a tradition of welcoming immigrants into the very fabric of who we are. It's what keeps us dynamic, entrepreneurial, and uniquely American. And as the President made clear last night, America is -- and always will be -- a nation of immigrants.
"Scripture tells us that we shall not oppress a stranger, for we know the heart of a stranger -- we were strangers once, too," the President said. "My fellow Americans, we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once, too."

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Last week, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping announced historic actions to reduce carbon pollution in the United States and China. And on Monday, we announced important steps that we're taking here at home to help communities respond to and prepare for a changing climate.
The Administration has developed the Climate Resilience Toolkit -- a website that provides centralized, authoritative, easy-to-use information and tools.
Check out how we're helping communities respond to a changing climate
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As the temperature starts to decline, the snow starts to fall, and the kitchen soon fills with seasonal flavors, we know the holiday season is just around the corner. So this season, give the gift of health. Remind your friends and loved ones to sign up for health insurance on HealthCare.gov.
Open enrollment started on November 15, and if you want to be covered in 2015, you have to sign up before February 15. Right now, you can browse health care plans and price options in your state at HealthCare.gov/see-plans.
Find out about open enrollment here.
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Ngày 22 tháng 11 năm 2014

Truyền hình vệ tinh VOA Asia ngày 22-11-2014

Thứ bảy ngày 22 -11-2014

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An hour and forty minutes before the President spoke:

Dan Pfeiffer, The White House to you
Saturday, November 22, 2014
An hour and forty minutes before the President spoke:
Very few people see the President prepare for a big speech.

He's energetic, but calm. He'll walk over, take a look at the space where he'll be speaking, and sit quietly as he reads through his remarks. Sometimes, he'll make small changes up until the very end.
Last night, we went behind the scenes to capture what that looks like.
Take a look and see for yourself what President Obama was thinking about just an hour and a half before he addressed the nation on immigration:

The President is acting on his own to help fix our immigration system because he knows this debate deserves something better than politics as usual.
And the plan he laid out last night addresses as much of the problem as he can: It cracks down on illegal immigration at the border; prioritizes the deportation of felons, not families; and increases accountability so that more than 4 million undocumented immigrants have the opportunity to pay taxes and play by the rules.
The actions the President is taking are a first step. Congress still has to finish this job -- they could even do it before the end of this year.
It's on them to get to work.
More soon,
Dan
Dan Pfeiffer
Senior Advisor
The White House
@Pfeiffer44

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We Were Strangers Once, Too

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Saturday, November 22, 2014
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In his address to the nation last night, President Obama announced new executive actions to help fix America's broken immigration system.
Since the founding of our nation, we've weaved a tradition of welcoming immigrants into the very fabric of who we are. It's what keeps us dynamic, entrepreneurial, and uniquely American. And as the President made clear last night, America is -- and always will be -- a nation of immigrants.
"Scripture tells us that we shall not oppress a stranger, for we know the heart of a stranger -- we were strangers once, too," the President said. "My fellow Americans, we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once, too."
Watch the President's address, and see what he's doing to start fixing our country's broken immigration system.
 
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President Obama Honors America's Top Scientists and Engineers, Launches New Steps to Cultivate Tomorrow's Innovators
Yesterday, President Obama awarded National Medals of Science and National Medals of Technology and Innovation to 19 of our nation's top thinkers, discoverers, and innovators -- marveling both at the amount of brainpower packed into the room and the magnitude of the laureates' achievements.
While many issues divide Washington, we've seen bipartisan progress in the effort to combat Ebola. These steps forward are encouraging, and hopefully suggest positive momentum for the President's vital $6.2 billion emergency funding request to fight Ebola here at home and in West Africa.
In the Oval Office on Wednesday, President Obama signed S. 1086, the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act, into law.
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Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET) 
3:15 AM: The Vice President joins Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk at a wreath laying ceremony
3:30 AM: The Vice President holds a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Yatsenyuk
6:00 AM: The Vice President attends a working lunch with President Poroshenko
7:30 AM: The Vice President and President Poroshenko deliver a joint statement to the press
8:30 AM: The Vice President attends a roundtable discussion on anti-corruption and reform efforts
10:25 AM: The President departs the White House en route Joint Base Andrews
10:40 AM: The President departs Joint Base Andrews en route Las Vegas, Nevada
12:30 PM: The Vice President and Dr. Biden arrive at Istanbul Ataturk Airport
3:20 PM: The President arrives Las Vegas, Nevada
3:55 PM: The President delivers remarks on the new steps he will be taking within his executive authority on immigration WATCH LIVE
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Đài KBS World Radio

Phát lại chương trình Việt ngữ hàng ngày
Thứ bảy ngày 22-11-2014

Tần số và thời gian phát sóng Radio
Thời gian 10:30 đến 11:30 Tần số 9770
Thời gian 15:00 đến 16:00 Tần số 9640
Web :
http://world.kbs.co.kr/vietnamese/
Nghe Radio và tham gia các chương trình cho KBS xây dựng , tìm hiểu về Xứ sở Kim Chi .
Địa chỉ liên hệ : Vietnamese Section, KBS World Radio
18 Yeouido-Dong, Yeongdeungpo-Gu, Seoul, Korea, 150-790
Điện thoại : (822) 781-3875, 3876, 3877
Fax (miễn phí từ Việt Nam) : (120-82-002) 82-2-781-3695/3696
Thư điện tử :
vietnam@kbs.co.kr
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Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ sáu ngày 21-11-2014

Ngoài ra bạn có thể lích vào “ 
 VIETNAMESE_VOA10_1957.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
Từ Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ
Phát thanh trực tuyến từ Đô Thành Sài Gòn