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Rewards for Fugitives: Rwanda Genocidei
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Most of the men accused by an international criminal tribunal of playing key roles in the Rwanda genocide fled the country, and nine remain at large. None should enjoy impunity.

Video Rewards for Fugitives: Rwanda Genocide

Most of the men accused by an international criminal tribunal of playing key roles in the Rwanda genocide fled the country, and nine remain at large. None should enjoy impunity.

Video View From Washington: A Comprehensive Nuclear Deal with Iran

The comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran offers the opportunity for a new and different path for Iran, “one that leads to more integration into the global economy, more engagement with the international community, and the ability of the Iranian people to prosper and thrive.”

Video View From Washington: Severe Human Rights Problems in Iran

The U.S. State Department says that Iran has severe human rights problems, including harsh restrictions on civil liberties and an alarming number of executions after flawed legal proceedings.

Video View From Washington: The Peril and Protection of Journalists

As violence against journalists continues to rise, the United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted Resolution 2222 which calls on all countries to protect journalists, and affirms that a free an independent media is essential to a democratic society.

Video View From Washington: Iran Continues to Sponsor Terror

In 2014 Iran continued to sponsor terrorist groups around the world, principally through its Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force.

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Election observers sit in an empty polling station for the presidential elections in Bujumbura, Burundi, July 21, 2015.

Audio Dialogue Needed to Address Flawed Burundi Election

The balloting and electoral process have been broadly criticized as non-credible by the East African Community and international partners, including President Obama during his recent visit to Kenya. More


FILE - A farmer checks a maize crop in Catandica, Mozambique. (AP)

Audio U.S., Brazil Cooperate to Boost Mozambique

The partnership works with family and subsistence farmers to help them increase their yields, and then enable them to bring their product to the market. More


FILE - In this April 18, 2015 photo, Wang Yu speaks during an interview in Beijing.

Audio U.S. Condemns Rights Abuses in China

Chinese authorities have recently detained, arrested, subjected to forced disappearance, held incommunicado, or questioned and released 169 lawyers, legal staff, and activists. More


U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, foreground, listens, during a parliament session in Kiev, Ukraine Thursday, July 16, 2015.

Audio Nuland Supports Ukrainian Reforms

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland highlighted the Ukrainian people’s commitment to the pursuit of a modern, democratic, European state. More

Middle East

FILE - Civilian children stand next to a burnt vehicle during clashes between Iraqi security forces and ISIL.

Audio ISIL Preys on Children

ISIL is traumatizing a whole generation of Iraqi and Syrian children by subjecting them to violence and slavery. More

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