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The Broadcasting Board of Governors, despite changes by Congress, will retain the mission of the VOA charter: to broadcast factual and truthful news, to promote democracy and free speech in countries where they are repressed, and to present factually the U.S. government's foreign policy and values to global audiences. (Associated Press/File)
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The Broadcasting Board of Governors, despite changes by Congress, will retain the mission of the VOA charter: to broadcast factual and truthful news, to promote democracy and free speech in countries where they are repressed, and to present factually the U.S. government's foreign policy and values to global audiences. (Associated Press/File)

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