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  • A tombstone on the grave of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.

    Accountability Needed in Magnitsky Case

    In honor of Sergey Magnitsky, the United States will continue to fully support the efforts of those who seek to bring individuals responsible for this and other human rights abuses to justice.

  • FILE - A Pakistani man collects a bag of wheat.

    Helping the Displaced in Pakistan

    The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development, recently contributed $20 million to support the provision of food to approximately 1.2 million temporary displaced persons.

  • A baby receives a polio vaccine in Nigeria.

    Audio Immunization in Nigeria

    “Under this partnership, we are helping Sokoto State to increase and sustain high immunization coverage."


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View From Washington: Christians Persecuted in Irani
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It is welcome news that Iranian officials have released Christian Pastor Farshid Fathi. Unfortunately, Pastor Fathi’s release does not appear to be the sign of a let-up of the persecution of Christians in Iran.
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Video View From Washington: Christians Persecuted in Iran

It is welcome news that Iranian officials have released Christian Pastor Farshid Fathi. Unfortunately, Pastor Fathi’s release does not appear to be the sign of a let-up of the persecution of Christians in Iran.
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Video View From Washington: Wins for Tough, Patient Diplomacy

The decision to follow the course of patient, tough diplomacy with Iran bore fruit.
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Video View From Washington: Misery in Madaya

The U.S. believes the plight of the people in the Syrian town of Madaya shows why Syrian President Bashar al-Assad cannot be part of Syria’s future.
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Video Policy Focus: Assistant Secretary Greenfield on Elections in Africa

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Linda Thomas-Greenfield on upcoming elections around Africa.
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Video Rewards For Fugitives: Saif al-Adel

Saif al-Adel is a fugitive and suspected high-ranking member of the al-Qaida terror network who is wanted in connection with the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya.

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Asia

FILE - A Pakistani man collects a bag of wheat.

Helping the Displaced in Pakistan

The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development, recently contributed $20 million to support the provision of food to approximately 1.2 million temporary displaced persons. More

Europe

A tombstone on the grave of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.

Accountability Needed in Magnitsky Case

In honor of Sergey Magnitsky, the United States will continue to fully support the efforts of those who seek to bring individuals responsible for this and other human rights abuses to justice. More

Middle East

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter attends a news conference at the French Defence Ministry in Paris, France, Jan. 20, 2016.

Audio Increasing the Counter-ISIL Momentum

Over the past few months, the counter-ISIL coalition and forces fighting on the ground in Syria and Iraq have dealt ISIL a series of defeats. More

Human Rights

Martin Luther King, Jr. during the March on Washington.

Audio Martin Luther King Day 2016

On the third Monday of each January, Americans honor the memory of a Baptist minister from the southern state of Alabama, was a leader in the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. More

One of the many artifacts at risk for sale or destruction by ISIL.

One of the many artifacts at risk for sale or destruction by ISIL.

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Ideals and Institutions