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Ngày 26 tháng 07 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ sáu ngày 25-7-2014

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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President Obama: "You Are Why I Ran for President in the First Place"

The White House, WashingtonDAILY SNAPSHOT
Friday, July 25, 2014
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President Obama: "You Are Why I Ran for President in the First Place"
Yesterday, President Obama spoke to an excited and energized crowd under sunny skies at the Los Angeles Trade-Technical College. He talked about the progress that we've made since he took office, training our workers for a 21st-century economy, and closing tax loopholes that could cost taxpayers nearly $20 billion over the next 10 years.
The President called for a new sense of optimism and collective patriotism in this country: "Cynicism is a choice, and hope is a better choice. And if we can work together, I promise you there's no holding America back."
Watch the President speak in L.A., and hear what he's fighting for every single day.

Top Stories
What Are "Inversions," and Why Should You Care?
You might be seeing the word "inversions" in the news headlines a lot lately. It's a specific kind of corporate merger deal -- but it's not exactly the most intuitive name for a corporate tax loophole. So we're going to break it down for you.
READ MORE
A Tumblr Q&A with Valerie Jarrett
This afternoon, Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to the President, took to Tumblr and answered questions about the President's new Executive Order to protect LGBT workers and expand opportunity for the LGBT community. If you missed it, check out all of the questions and answers on the White House Tumblr.
READ MORE
White House White Board: Vice President Biden on Rebuild America
Vice President Biden takes the marker in our newest White House White Board, and spends a few minutes explaining the history of America's infrastructure -- and why we need a long-term solution that will repair our transportation grid, invest in new infrastructure technologies, and rebuild America for a 21st-century economy.
READ MORE
Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)

10:00 AM: The President and Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
1:00 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest
2:00 PM: The President meets with President Molina of Guatemala, President Hernandez of Honduras, and President Ceren of El Salvador; the Vice President also attends
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E-mail of me :  p.tiendat@yahoo.com
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The White House • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW • Washington, DC 20500 • 202-456-1111

Ngày 25 tháng 07 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ năm ngày 24-7-2014

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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What would you share?

The White House
Thursday, July 24, 2014
What would you share?

Across the country, Americans are writing the President and telling him about their experiences -- how their families are doing, what's working, and what's not.
We want to know what's on your mind, too. Tell us how you're doing. 

This summer, President Obama is traveling around the country to spend time with folks like you who are writing him. He's sitting down to eat meals with them, walking through their neighborhoods -- seeing what their day looks like.
Every story he hears or reads sticks with him. It's a constant reminder of who he's fighting for. And those stories turn into real action.
And while President Obama can't visit every front porch in America in person, we want to hear from you:
Share the view from your own front porch. Let us know how your family is doing, what your community looks like, what's working for you, and what isn't.
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E-mail of me :  p.tiendat@yahoo.com
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The White House • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW • Washington, DC 20500 • 202-456-1111

Have You Heard This Word Before?

The White House, WashingtonDAILY SNAPSHOT
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Featured

Have You Heard This Word Before?
You might be seeing the word "inversions" in the news headlines a lot lately. It's a specific kind of corporate merger deal -- but it's not exactly the most intuitive name for a corporate tax loophole.
So we're going to break it down for you -- because these loopholes could cost taxpayers nearly $20 billion over the next 10 years. And we could instead use this money to rebuild America, by investing in our roads and bridges, equipping our schools with the resources they need, and defending our country at home.
Learn more about "inversions" and how we can do away with them..
What are inversions?
Top Stories
White House White Board: Vice President Biden on Rebuild America
Vice President Biden takes the marker in our newest White House White Board, and spends a few minutes explaining the history of America's infrastructure -- and why we need a long-term solution that will repair our transportation grid, invest in new infrastructure technologies, and rebuild America for a 21st-century economy.
READ MORE 
Join a Tumblr Q&A with Senior Advisor to the President, Valerie Jarrett
Tomorrow, you're invited to join a conversation on the President's new Executive Order to protect LGBT workers and expand opportunity for the LGBT community. Join Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to the President, for a Tumblr Q&A this Friday, July 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET.
READ MORE
The Apollo 11 Mission: 45 Years Later
Forty-five years ago today, two American astronauts -- Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong -- landed on the moon's Sea of Tranquility, and Neil Armstrong planted the first footprint on the surface of the moon. As he made those first steps, Armstrong uttered that simple phrase we still remember today: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."
READ MORE
Today's Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)

9:15 AM: The Vice President delivers remarks at the National Urban League’s Annual
12:50 PM: The President attends a DNC event
4:25 PM: The President delivers remarks
WATCH LIVE
6:05 PM: The President departs Los Angeles en route Washington, DC
10:35 PM: The President arrives Joint Base Andrews
10:50 PM: The President arrives the White House
Stay Connected: 
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E-mail of me :  p.tiendat@yahoo.com
Please do not reply to this email :  Contact the White House
The White House • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW • Washington, DC 20500 • 202-456-1111

Ngày 24 tháng 07 năm 2014

Đài Tiếng Nói Hoa Kỳ

Phát lại chương trình việt ngữ lúc 22 giờ Việt nam
Thứ năm ngày 24-7-2014

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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Đài KBS World Radio

Phát lại bản tin Việt ngữ hàng ngày Thứ năm ngày 24-7-2014

Tần số và thời gian phát sóng Radio
Giờ Việt Nam Giờ Quốc tế Tần số (kHz)
08 : 00 đến 09 : 00 01 : 00 đến 02 : 00 9690
17 : 30 đến 18 : 30 10 : 30 đến 11 : 30 9770
22 : 00 đến 23 : 00 15 : 00 đến 16 : 00 9640
Theo dỏi KBS World Radio qua :
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
Từ Đài KBS World Radio