Three Hezbollah Operatives Designated Terrorists

Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah. (File)

05/05/2015
The United States has designated three Hezbollah operatives as terrorists. More
May 2015
May 03, 2015

Audio Release Imprisoned Syrian Journalists

The U.S. calls for the immediate release of Mazen Darwish, Hani Zitani, and Hussein Ghareer.

May 2015

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Reflecting the Views of the U.S. Government as Broadcast on The Voice of America

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“Human progress has been propelled not just by famous leaders, not just by states,” said President Obama, “but by ordinary men and women who…are willing to stand up against incredible odds and great danger, not only to protect their own rights, but to extend rights to others.”
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Video View From Washington: In Support of Civil Society

“Human progress has been propelled not just by famous leaders, not just by states,” said President Obama, “but by ordinary men and women who…are willing to stand up against incredible odds and great danger, not only to protect their own rights, but to extend rights to others.”
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Video View From Washington: Concern Over Yemen

The United Nations Security Council has adopted a resolution which seeks to stop the violent take-over of Yemen by Houthi rebels.
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Video View From Washington: An Opportunity for Diplomacy Made Possible

President Barack Obama said, “If we can get this done, and Iran follows through on the framework that our negotiators agreed to, we will be able to resolve one of the greatest threats to our security and to do so peacefully.”
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Video View From Washington: Women’s Rights in Iran

A recent United Nations report voices concern over the violations of the rights of Iranian women and girls. Secretary of State John Kerry says all countries “need to break down the barriers.”
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Video View From Washington: Four Years of Savagery in Syria

The conflict in Syria has entered its fifth year: it began with the torture of children by the Assad regime – children who had written anti-Assad slogans on a wall in Daraa – and the torture and savagery have not stopped.