It was Ms. Suu Ky’s first visit to the United States in over 40 years.
"It is a violation of that fundamental dignity to wage attacks on innocents."
"We are standing with you as you work to build a strong democracy."
The Maoist Party has been removed from a terrorist exclusion list by the United States Government.
The United States welcomes journalists' release and looks forward to their reunion with their families.
The United States strongly condemns al-Shabaab’s criminal attack in Mogadishu on September 12 directed against Somalia’s new leader.
Angolans went to the polls August 31st for only the third time in 37 years.
Three years ago, security forces massacred peaceful protestors at an opposition rally.
Campaigning has begun in Somalia for the election of a president.
Transitional leaders in Mali have named a cabinet for a new government of national unity.
The government of Burma is moving again to ease what were once among the world’s tightest media controls.
The U.S. designation of Hezbollah because of its destructive activity in Syria freezes any assets it may have under U.S. jurisdiction.