On his recent visit to Turkey, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reaffirmed that the U.S.-Turkish alliance is a "time-tested alliance built on common interest and mutual respect.”
Iraq has made tremendous strides forward, said U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the recent Kuwait Reconstruction Conference on Iraq.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson traveled to Egypt to discuss some of the issues and challenges of interest to both countries.
The chairman of Amnesty International Turkey,Taner Kiliç, was re-arrested February 1st, less than one day after a court had ordered his conditional release from pre-trial detention.
The United States warned the Iranian government that it holds Iran “fully accountable” for the well-being of detained U.S. citizen Baquer Namazi.
United Nations investigators are looking into reports of new chemical weapons attacks on civilians in Syria.
The United States condemns the reported arrests of at least twenty-nine protesters in Iran for exercising their human rights and fundamental freedoms by standing up against the compulsory hijab imposed upon women.
Over the past 12 months, ISIS has lost the vast majority of its territory in Iraq and most of the towns it once held in Syria.
The U.S. has identified Khalid Batarfi, Siddhartha Dhar and Abdelatif Gaini as Specially Designated Global Terrorists
The Secretary of State recently re-designated Iran as one of ten “Countries of Particular Concern” for engaging in or tolerating “systematic, ongoing, [and] egregious violations of religious freedom.”
In his first State of the Union address, President Donald Trump spoke about rebuilding America’s strength and confidence at home and restoring its strength and standing abroad.
The United States is committed to expanding its economic and cultural partnership with Iraq, said U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan on a recent trip to Baghdad.