Secretary of State Antony Blinken is concerned about the disbarment of Azerbaijani human rights defender Shahla Humbatova, a 2020 International Women of Courage honoree.
United States along with its allies announced sanctions against officials of the People’s Republic of China in connection with serious human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
The Burmese military continues its violent suppression of those peacefully protesting the February 1 overthrow of Burma’s civilian-led government under Aung San Suu Kyi.
The United States has imposed visa restrictions on two Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps interrogators.
The United States is closely watching events in Zimbabwe, following what U.S. State Department Spokesperson Ned Price called “troubling moves.”
The United States is following with concern the developments surrounding the arrest of Anez and several other former government officials.
This month marks 14 years since the disappearance of beloved husband, father, grandfather and former FBI agent Robert Levinson.
This year's International Women of Courage Awards were presented to 21 women, seven of whom were killed in targeted attacks in Afghanistan.
This month we commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the chemical weapons attack on the Iraqi-Kurdish city of Halabja.
The Administration of President Joe Biden believes that human rights should be protected, their defenders celebrated, and those who commit human rights abuses must be held accountable.
A broad coalition of nations has now formally come together to denounce the practice of seizing foreign nationals and imprisoning them to gain leverage over another country.
Marking the seventh anniversary of Russia’s invasion and seizure of Crimea, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken affirmed in a statement this basic truth: Crimea is Ukraine.