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In his Nowruz greeting directed at the Iranian people and leaders, President Barack Obama said this year, “We have the best opportunity in decades to pursue a different future between our countries.”
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Video Nowruz 2015

In his Nowruz greeting directed at the Iranian people and leaders, President Barack Obama said this year, “We have the best opportunity in decades to pursue a different future between our countries.”
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Video View From Washington: Reward Raised for Information on Robert Levinson

Former FBI Agent Robert Levinson disappeared from Iran’s Kish Island more than eight years ago. The FBI has raised the reward for information leading to his safe return from one million to up to $5 million.
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Video Punto de Vista: Special Envoy for Colombian Peace Process

Una de las formas en que Estados Unidos está ayudando a Colombia en la consecución de la paz ha sido mediante el nombramiento de ex secretario de Estado adjunto, Bernie Aronson, como Enviado Especial para el Proceso de Paz Colombiano.
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Video View From Washington: U.S. Concerns Involving Iran

Among U.S. concerns is Iran’s continuing and stalwart support of the murderous Assad regime in Syria.
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Video Policy Brief: Women of Courage Awards

The U.S. Department of State recently recognized ten women from around the globe for their outstanding contributions to peace, human rights, gender equality and social progress.

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Africa

A truckload of Zimbabwean police is seen outside the headquarters of Zimbabwe's main opposition party in Harare March 12, 2015.

Audio Zimbabwe Kidnapping Raises Strong Concerns

A prominent Zimbabwean journalist and pro-democracy activist snatched in broad daylight in a Harare suburb remains missing more than two weeks after his abduction. More

Asia

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Audio Women of Courage: Nadia Sharmeen

"We know if we give up, the people who are following us, they will also give up, and it cannot be a good example so we cannot let them be demoralized.” More

Europe

Pro-Russian rebels are seen conducting exercises near Yenakiyeve in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine March 11, 2015.

Violations of Minsk Agreement Continue

The February implementation plan of the Minsk agreement between Russia and Ukraine continues to be flouted by the actions of Russia and Russia-backed separatists. More

Middle East

Smoke rises from buildings in central Tikrit, Iraq, during clashes between Iraqi security forces and Islamic State group extremists in the city, north of Baghdad, March 26, 2015.

Audio Driving ISIL Out of Tikrit

At one point, the violent extremist group ISIL, also known as DAESH, controlled about one third of the territory of Iraq, and much the same in Syria. More

Human Rights

Arbana Xharra, 2015 Women of Courage Award recipient, accepts her award from U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Affairs Catherine Russell.

Audio International Women of Courage Awards

The U.S. Department of State in early March recognized ten women from around the globe with the Secretary of State’s International Women of Courage Award. More

Rewards For Fugitives
Abdullah Nowbahar (artist's rendering)

Abdullah Nowbahar (artist's rendering)

Crisis Communications

Audio Dehydration

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

Ideals and Institutions

  • FILE - Lewis Bliss, 10, of Burke, Va., dressed in a musicians outfit from the revolutionary war era, center, meets George Washington, portrayed by Dean Malissa, during Presidents Day activities at George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate.

    Audio President's Day

    Today, February 16th, is Presidents Day in the United States, when Americans pause to honor their national leaders, beginning with the first president, George Washington. More