U.S. joins the international community in condemning their continued detention and the harassment of their family members.
Religious freedom remains at the center of American values and is an essential component of U.S. foreign policy.
Mustafa Nayyem, Ukrainian parliamentarian and former journalist, has won the Ion Ratiu Democracy Award.
The United States demands the immediate and unconditional release of the civilians taken captive and of all those held by ISIL.
We are fully committed to helping the security forces defend their national territories.
“The United States plans to substantially increase its financial commitment to the Syrian humanitarian response,” said Deputy Assistant Secretary Clements, “and we call on other governments to do the same.”
The U.S. believes direct people-to-people contact, which occurs through the provision of humanitarian aid, can have a positive long term impact on advancing change in the country.
The Syrian people deserve justice, the ability to freely choose their government and relief from the Assad regime’s barrel bombs and other horrific abuses.
The United States condemned the “despicable and cowardly murder” of twenty-one Christian Egyptians.
Efforts to silence people like Salwa Bugaighis and Razan Zetouneh “are efforts to silence hope, curtail progress, impede justice, and infringe on the dignity of women.
The U.S. seeks to alleviate the humanitarian problems in North Korea and to end the egregious human rights violations occurring in the country.
In the face of Russian actions, the U.S. and its allies remain resolute.