Mr. Trump’s inaugural speech was notable for its emphasis on returning governing power to the people.
The human rights situation in North Korea remains abysmal. So says the most recent report sent by the U.S. State Department to the U.S. Congress.
In the last 20 years, the United States has invested more than 114 million dollars on humanitarian projects in Cambodia to clear landmines and other explosives remaining as a legacy of internal and regional conflicts.
The United States will defend itself and its allies from any threat from North Korea.
"The United States is proud to work with Indonesia and our partners to conserve some of the world’s most diverse tropical rain forest through a debt-for-nature swap."
The United States reiterated its ironclad and unwavering commitment to draw on the full range of its military capabilities to defend South Korea.
“Labor Rights are human rights, but they’re also economic rights. And workers being able to exercise these rights is very important to building economies in which prosperity and the benefits of growth are broadly shared."
The newly-restored highway will increase trade and economic integration by linking Pakistan with Afghanistan and its Central Asian neighbors.
On December 12 thousands of Sunni Muslims marking the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad in Punjab’s Chakwal city attacked a mosque belonging to the Ahmadiyya Muslim community.
"While the support of the international community remains essential, what is just as important ... is the support and partnership of Afghanistan’s neighbors."
In order to meet the extraordinary needs of returning Afghan refugees, the United States is pleased to announce that it is providing over $39 million.
The sanctions take aim at North Korea’s ability to raise the hard currency it needs to fund its nuclear and missile programs, imposing a binding cap on North Korea’s coal exports, reducing them by approximately $700 million a year.