U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power recently congratulated this year’s winners of the Kurt Schork Awards in International Journalism.
Two years ago, the Lebanese people took to the streets by the tens of thousands to demonstrate against government mismanagement and corruption, but little has changed.
The United States has designated Libyan national Osama Al Kuni Ibrahim pursuant to Executive Order 13726, based on his involvement in serious human rights abuse against migrants in Libya.
Iran has agreed to resume nuclear negotiations after a five-month hiatus.
The United States continues to believe diplomacy is the best route to ensure that Iran will never achieve a nuclear weapon.
A Saudi appeals court upheld the verdict and lengthy prison sentence handed to an aid worker earlier this year by a counterterrorism court.
Delivering on the universal right to education, especially girls’ education, is one of the best returns on investment, said U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power.
Hezbollah seeks to abuse the international financial system by utilizing global networks of financiers and front companies to support its malign activity.
Yemen does not have to be a forever war. This is one that can be resolved.
It’s been one year since leaders from Bahrain, Israel, and the United Arab Emirates signed the historic Abraham Accords at the White House.
Even after the elimination of Syria’s declared chemical weapons stockpile, the Syrian regime has repeatedly used chemical weapons against its own people.
The United States has imposed sanctions against four members of a network of Iranian regime intelligence operatives.