These women honored have worked to ensure that their nations’ legal systems protect all people, no matter their gender, beliefs, or background, said Under Secretary Uzra Zeya.
Kara-Murza has courageously defended human rights in Russia and has been repeatedly targeted by Russian authorities for repression.
Five failed rainy seasons have resulted in widespread hunger throughout the region.
Voices opposing gender equality and women’s rights activism have recently become louder, more global, and better organized.
U.S. total assistance for those affected by the Rakhine State and Rohingya crisis has reached nearly $2.1 billion since August 2017.
The State Department’s inaugural Madeleine Albright Honorary Group Award was presented to the Women and Girl Protestors of Iran.
The former leader of the Cambodia National Rescue Party was convicted of conspiring with the United States to oust Prime Minister Hun Sen.
This is the Guatemalan Government's latest move against a newspaper known for investigative reporting on public officials and government corruption.
March 16 marks the 35th anniversary of the most egregious case of murder by poison gas of Iraqi civilians by their own leader, Saddam Hussein.
The earthquake in Syria has exacerbated the severe deprivation from 12 years of brutal conflict, leaving 5.3 million Syrians in need.
Libyans deserve to choose their own leaders in a government that leads to peace, stability, and prosperity.
"Mark my words, there will be accountability for Russia’s atrocities,” said. U.S. Representative to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield.