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  • Syrian Kurdish refugees who fled Kobani, go about at a refugee camp in Suruc, on the Turkey-Syria border, Oct. 11, 2014.

    Audio Bleak Times for Syrian Refugees

    Winter is on Syria’s doorstep. For millions of the country’s civilians, this means that an already difficult existence will become much, much worse.

  • Audio Botswana Election Sets Worthy Example

    President Ian Khama was sworn in for a second term as leader of Botswana on October 28 after the ruling Botswana Democratic Party retained its Parliamentary majority in elections last week.

  • South Sudan's President Salva Kiir (L) and the country's rebel leader, Riek Machar, exchange signed peace agreement documents in Addis Ababa May 9, 2014.

    Audio S. Sudan Fighting Must Not Upset Peace Process

    On the eve of planned peace talks between the South Sudanese government and rebels contesting its authority, government troops and rebel soldiers are clashing again.


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Peru and the United States continued their work on the labor-related elements of the trade agreement between the two nations at a recent meeting in Lima.
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Video Punto de Vista: U.S. And Peru Promoting Trade And Protecting Labor Rights

Peru and the United States continued their work on the labor-related elements of the trade agreement between the two nations at a recent meeting in Lima.
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Video Policy Brief: Global Fight Against Ebola

In his weekly address, U.S. President Barack Obama said that, in order to beat Ebola, “we have to stay vigilant” and “we have to work together at every level.” And U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that the United States approaches the fight against the disease “with humility and…a huge sense
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Video View From Washington: Nuclear Negotiations Still Focused on November 24th

Earlier this month in Vienna, both Iran and the United States agreed they were still focused on completing a comprehensive nuclear agreement by the deadline of November 24th, just weeks away.
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Video Policy Brief: Peace vs. Depravity

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize laureates, who celebrate and support the worth of every individual, especially those most vulnerable, and ISIL’s assault on human dignity have made clear two distinct paths.
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Video Punto de Vista: Entering the 2016 Diversity Lottery Visa

Se trata de la Lotería de Visas de Diversidad, también conocida como Lotería de Tarjetas Verdes, Y aquí les vamos a informar cómo participar.

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Africa

Audio Botswana Election Sets Worthy Example

President Ian Khama was sworn in for a second term as leader of Botswana on October 28 after the ruling Botswana Democratic Party retained its Parliamentary majority in elections last week. More

Americas

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos speaks while flanked by U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel (L) after a meeting at the military airport in Bogota October 10, 2014. Hagel began a trip to Latin America on Thursday, and will be visiting Colombia, Peru

Audio Hagel Visits Colombia

U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel recently met with Colombian leaders as part of a six-day visit to South America. More

Asia

North Korea UN report. (File)

Audio Award For N. Korean Human Rights Investigation

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power recently presented the Leo Nevas Human Rights Award to Former Australian high court judge Michael Kirby. More

Europe

Members of a local election commission empty a ballot box at a polling station after voting in Kyiv, Oct. 26, 2014.

Audio Successful Ukrainian Elections

In recent parliamentary elections, the Ukrainian people voted overwhelmingly for parties advocating democracy, reform and European integration. More

Middle East

Syrian Kurdish refugees who fled Kobani, go about at a refugee camp in Suruc, on the Turkey-Syria border, Oct. 11, 2014.

Audio Bleak Times for Syrian Refugees

Winter is on Syria’s doorstep. For millions of the country’s civilians, this means that an already difficult existence will become much, much worse. More

Human Rights

Combination photo shows the two winners of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Indian children's right activist Kailash Satyarthi (L) laughing at his office in New Delhi and Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai speaking at Birmingham library in Birmingham, centra

Audio Peace Prize Laureates Stand in Contrast to ISIL's Depravity

Both laureates “have faced down threats and intimidation, risking their own lives to save others and build a better world for future generations.” More

Rewards For Fugitives
Leaders of Al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula

Leaders of Al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula

Crisis Communications

Audio Dehydration

If fluids aren’t replaced quickly, heat stroke, or even heart problems, can follow. More

Ideals and Institutions